TechValidate Research on Headspace

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Headspace for Work Customer Research

100% of surveyed large enterprise partners report an “Extremely positive” or “Very positive” experience with Headspace for Work.

Extremely positive: 30%
Very positive: 70%
Not positive: 0%

Headspace for Work Customer Research

2020 highlighted the need for greater employee mental health support in the workplace.

What challenges has your organization faced when it comes to solving this problem?

Finding the right solutions
65%
Knowing if solutions are working
59%
Ongoing promotion of solutions
49%
Identifying the biggest mental health needs of my unique population
46%
The implementation and launch process
31%

Headspace for Work (H4W) Customer Research

What other large enterprise businesses love about Headspace for Work

What have been the most valuable features/attributes of H4W?

Broad appeal among my employees
76%
Extremely easy to implement
69%
Excellent support and materials for promoting H4W
48%
Support for working parents and their children
45%

Headspace for Work (H4W) Customer Research

What other finance and professional services firms love about Headspace for Work

What have been the most valuable features/attributes of H4W?

Extremely easy to implement
84%
Broad appeal among my employees
76%
Excellent support and materials for promoting H4W
48%
Support for working parents and their children
44%

Headspace for Work (H4W) Customer Research

What companies like yours love about Headspace for Work.

What have been the most valuable features/attributes of H4W?

Extremely easy to implement
98%
Broad appeal among my employees
80%
Support for working parents and their children
51%
Employer-specific products (Admin Portal, Resource Toolkit, Engagement Reports)
47%

Headspace for Work (H4W) Customer Research

Our partners cite similar reasons for implementing Headspace for Work

Survey data showing high employee stress or anxiety
79%
Employees struggling with productivity in new WFH environment
47%
High volume of healthcare or disability claims related to mental health
23%



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