AstraZeneca, during the race to find a Covid vaccine, wanted to support the work-life balance of employees by providing a wellbeing service that maximised productivity and focus, while removing stress and distractions at work, at home and all the moments in between.
The Circles solution:
Working with the AstraZeneca, Circles developed a digital work-life balance program that offered unlimited life admin, travel planning and other time-saving services. The program included:
The program launched to over3,000 UK employees. Program activations soon reached over 50% of the eligible employee population with a high monthly usage and great employee feedback. Talks about rolling out the program to more of their employee population is being discussed.
Providing Astra Zeneca employees with work-life balance services saved employees on average 2 hours 45 minutes, delivering upwards of 100+ requests per month while achieving an excellent program satisfaction score of 94%.
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