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Mercury launches new employee wellbeing programme with PepTalk
Pictured above: Cathal Sheridan, Former Munster Rugby Player and Mental Health Skills Coach with Peptalk at the launch on one of our Frankfurt data centre project sites.
We are delighted to announce that Mercury has launched a new ground-breaking employee wellbeing and engagement solution for all staff members with our partners in PepTalk.
The new programme will offer all employees access to the full suite of PepTalk’s on-demand, gamified wellbeing solution offering across physical, nutrition, emotional and financial pillars and delivered via an exclusive mobile app, web-based dashboard and on -site workshops throughout the year.
Guest speakers at the launch events include former Munster scrum-half and Mental Skills Coach Cathal Sheridan, comedian and online sketch artist Rory O’Connor AKA Rory’s Stories and Dublin GAA left-corner forward and PepTalk co-founder Bernard Brogan, all of whom will be speaking about the importance maintaining positive mental health in their daily lives.
Speaking at the launch event, Joanne Cluxton, Group HR Manager at Mercury said “I am really proud to be launching our new employee wellbeing programme in partnership with PepTalk today. At Mercury, we are committed to providing all our staff and supply-chain with the necessary assistance to ensure they feel supported across every aspect of their wellbeing. The PepTalk wellbeing solution that we have adopted is innovative and can scale easily across our organisation, providing staff access to wellbeing support when they need it”.
Also at the launch was PepTalk CEO James Brogan who commented, “We are delighted to be launching PepTalk with Mercury today. At PepTalk we are passionate about delivering sustainable, long term behavioural change for employees through a market leading, technology focused wellbeing solution. For employers, we provide data and metrics to ensure the programmes are impactful and engaging throughout the year. The platform is community based and adopts a gamified approach to wellbeing and we have already achieved some outstanding results across our client base. The evidence is already there to show that employers that invest in the health and wellbeing of their staff are those that will succeed in the long term.”
Some of our Mercury project team in Dublin with popular Irish Comedian Rory’s Stories
Mercury’s greatest asset is the people it employs, and it is our promise to continue to invest in the development of our current and next generation. Our overriding goal is to ensure we provide a safe working environment for all our people, irrespective of their task. We will continue to invest and work with clients who share our philosophy on the safety of our people, and together we will create the best working environment possible. Furthermore, we will promote the ownership of our values at all levels of our organisation. Read more here.