Plus3 adds purpose to every day, making it easier to succeed at good health.
We offer two products:
– 30, 60 & 90 Day Healthy Giving Challenges are affordable and easy to launch. A menu of 60 individual and team challenges provides a spectrum of wellness activities to choose from.
– Lifestyle 365 is a fully customized, year-round health and wellbeing program for employees and families. Plus3 Performance Pricing includes cost reductions up to 50% for lower engagement rates.
For clients, we create short burst health giving challenges and year-round wellbeing programs that blend company-sponsored charitable giving, employee rewards, social interaction and fun to increase health awareness and group participation. Employees and families find our fully-customized apps intuitive and inspirational with every activity entered triggering a donation to charity and an immediate thank you for another healthy deed done well. Comprehensive monthly reports provide clients immediate visibility on what’s working as well as areas for improvement.
Below you’ll find two short ‘n sweet videos illuminating Plus3’s unique and successful approach. The first provides a broad overview of Plus3’s value to employers and employees. The second dives into the customized employee experience featuring a live demo of our mobile app.
Plus3’s comprehensive mobile and desktop programs are feature rich and offer employers expanded customization options and a dedicated account representative to ensure your time is spent thinking “big picture” rather than being burdened by day-to-day program management.
People’s motivations and interests vary. To boost engagement, Plus3 offers 150+ healthy activities to choose from while device and smartphone compatibility add layers of convenience. A variety of individual and team challenges provide ample opportunities to scratch that competitive itch. Biometrics, coaching and education are sprinkled in to increase health mindfulness across the full spectrum of physical, emotional, financial, family and community wellbeing.
Plus3’s socializing tools lift enthusiasm through peer support, recognition and accountability. This meaningful, team-focused approach is one of the many ways Plus3 creates a delightful and successful healthy living experience for each and every user.
“Plus3 increases motivation by adapting to the core values of each individual. No other wellness solution addresses this as well as Plus3” – Archana Dubey, MD, HP and HPE Global Medical Director
James Rafferty, Cobham’s SVP of HR said recently; “Engagement really looks good. Based on the success we’ve had we are looking to expand this to cover employees in other countries.”
- PLATFORMS & HUBS
- Wellness Companies
- Corporate Resilience Program
- Mindfulness at Work
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness
- On Demand Fitness Programs
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Literacy Programs
- Incentive Fulfillment Companies
- Weight Management Programs
2019 Plus3 Overview.pdf
2019 Plus3 Getting Started-Countdown To Launch.pdf
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