Shortlister hosted Stefania Simonetti, Senior Director of Broker Partnerships at Gympass. She gives us a detailed look at the Gympass well-being platform that helps people stay active and well wherever they are.
Gympass is a complete corporate well-being platform that goes beyond fitness. They offer digital solutions through their wellness partner apps in the following categories: mental health, nutrition, mindfulness, and financial wellness. The company is partnered with over 50,000 physical fitness partners, 50+ wellness apps, 5,000+ personal trainers, and offer 100,000+ live and on-demand classes. This gives their users access to a global network of wellness provided for their employees.
Employees can find highly targeted solutions that are the most relevant for them based on:
This is what makes Gympass your go-to-solution:
Gympass offers a wide range of plans and prices for your client’s employees to help them stay active wherever they are. The plans start from $9.99 – $249.99. With a single membership, your employees have unlimited access to the largest network of fitness and wellness partners.
The employer has an enterprise subscription that covers all costs associated with the launch and maintenance of the Gympass program. It is an annual cost that helps you join a highly targeted network of partners based on company requests and employee referrals. Employers get an account management team dedicated to address all requests from their HR team, while employees will have their own customers’ service team at their fingertips.
Gympass offers different options to fit your employee’s needs.
It is incredibly important to take a proactive approach during the current pandemic and help employees of all ages and abilities to be as active as possible and improve the quality of their lifestyles. Gympass aims to help you achieve just that – and to have some fun while doing it.
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