Better Humans Technology ran the initiative, which it claims uses the “latest developments in neuroscience, motor imagery, visualisation and brain training”, at Deutsche Windtechnik’s UK headquarters, also in the Scottish capital.
Nicole Donaldson, Deutsche Windtechnik HR manager, said the firm gained “invaluable insights” from the experience, which it would use to develop its strategy.
Donaldson added: “Having a fit, healthy and engaged workforce, both in mind and body, is essential for any company to run at an optimum level. We gained invaluable insights from the data report which we will use for future strategic planning.”
The trial, based on Better Human’s Reach programme, aimed to help employees become happier and healthier, while boosting productivity and improving focus. Victoria Anderson, clinical director at Better Humans Technology, said: “It’s our belief that more companies need to be more forward-thinking when it comes to the mental and physical health and wellbeing of employees.
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