Backed by Medical & Scientific Data
See the results from our case studies
Thrive360 has amassed an impressive array of scientific data from multiple case studies with corporations, hospitals, and in our own Thrive360 Virtual Reality Lounge™.
Thrive360 Case Study
University Federal Credit Union
In early 2020, UFCU participated in a Thrive360 pilot study to address employee anxiety, stress issues, and the alarming 40 percent turnover rate in their call center.
- 52% decrease in feelings of anxiety
- 53% decrease in feelings of depression
- 94% reported they would prefer to have dedicated time at work for self-care
- 40% turnover rate reduced to just 5%
HEAR FROM UFCU
Thrive360 Case Study
Thrive360 conducted a pilot study with Goodwill employees, most of whom were counselors. Participants either went through the Thrive360 Anxiety Relief track or the Weight Loss track.
- 66% decrease in feelings of anxiety
- 59% decrease in feelings of depression
- 94% want dedicated time at work for Thrive360 self-care
- 97% more successfully managed levels of stress, anxiety and health with access to our Workplace Wellness Program
HEAR FROM GOODWILL EMPLOYEES
From business leaders to HR directors, and
everyone who uses Thrive360, the benefits are measurable.
Workplace Wellness Studies
See how these third-party studies support the validity of the Thrive360 scientifically and medically driven approach to enhancing wellness.
Mental Health Interventions in the Workplace and Work Outcomes: A Best-Evidence Synthesis of Systematic Reviews.
Wagner SL, Koehn C, White MI, Harder HG, Schultz IZ, Williams-Whitt K, Warje O, Dionne CE, Koehoorn M, Pasca R, Hsu V, McGuire L, Schulz W, Kube D, Wright MD.
Background: Mental health issues in the workplace are a growing concern among organizations and policymakers, but it remains unclear what interventions are effective in preventing mental health problems and their associated organizational consequences. This synthesis reports on workplace mental health interventions that impact absenteeism, productivity, and financial outcomes.
Workplace-Based Organizational Interventions Promoting Mental Health and Happiness among Healthcare Workers: A Realist Review.
Gray P, Senabe S, Naicker N, Kgalamono S, Yassi A, Spiegel JM.
Background: This review was undertaken to synthesize the evidence on workplace-based interventions at the organizational level promoting mental health and wellbeing among healthcare workers, to identify what has been receiving attention in this area and why, especially considering how such positive effects are produced.
Workplace mental health training for managers and its effect on sick leave in employees: a cluster randomised controlled trial.
Milligan-Saville JS, Tan L, Gayed A, Barnes C, Madan I, Dobson M, Bryant RA, Christensen H, Mykletun A, Harvey SB.
Background: We aimed to investigate the effect of mental health training on managers’ knowledge, attitudes, confidence, and behaviour towards employees with mental health problems, and its effect on employee sickness absence.