GRAHAM introduces Frog’s bespoke wellbeing streaming service for employees and suppliers

Smart civil architect engineer inspecting and working outdoors building side with blueprints. engineering and architecture concept.

Award-winning national construction and civil engineering company GRAHAM, which has a network of regional offices throughout the UK and Ireland and employs over 2000 people, has launched a new wellbeing streaming service to support its employees and suppliers using technology from Frog Systems.

With bespoke branding and incorporating GRAHAM’s internally generated content, the company’s employees, their families, and supply chain partners will have access to a digital safe space featuring 16 channels of preventative wellbeing support and information developed and built by the team at Frog.

Embedding support through all levels of the business

Launching what it is calling its Well-zone is another significant milestone in GRAHAM’s wellbeing journey. The company is the first organisation in the UK to be awarded and maintain Investor In People’s highest accreditation – the Platinum standard – for embedding support for its people through all levels of its business.

Davy Daly, Wellbeing Manager at GRAHAM, said “The GRAHAM Well-zone app offers the best available wellbeing resources, and is a platform we will continue to develop in partnership with Frog Systems to complement the needs of our people.”

Frog’s platform is an on-demand content library covering a broad range of wellbeing topics presented in video, podcast and article formats. It is regularly updated to reflect key awareness moments and includes a rail of wellbeing-related offers and discounts. 

Phil Worms, CEO of Frog Systems, said: “We are delighted that GRAHAM has chosen our streaming service and are very proud to be working with such a forward-looking company which places the wellbeing of its people at its heart.”

You might also like:

LATEST Poll

FEATURED

More news

driving bus in the city at night
19 July 2024

2 mins read

Logo

Sign up to receive Make A Difference's fortnightly round up of features, news, reports, case studies, practical tools and more for employers who want to make a difference to work culture, mental health and wellbeing.