WRK Rewards for daily exercise
30 minutes of daily physical activity reduces anxiety, obesity, improves sleep and increases serotonin levels. All of these are correlated with lower healthcare costs and fewer missed work days. BlockWRK syncs with fitness trackers so employees earn rewards for daily health goals, helping you reward your employees for healthy behaviors.
Employers: Reduces health insurance claims
Employees: Gets paid to stay healthy
WRK Rewards for daily safety checks
Reduce the risk of unreported injuries - and keep employees focused on safety with a simple daily check-in. Employees earn daily rewards and are entered in sweepstakes when they're co for months!
Employers:Reduces injury litigation risk
Employees: Gets paid to stay vigilant
Telehealth Mental Counseling on demand
Employees sometimes struggle with feelings of sadness, depression or loneliness which can affect their whole team's morale and productivity. BlockWRK includes mental health counseling on demand to employees so that there's always someone there to listen when they need help.
Employers: Reduces employee absenteeism
Employees:Help & support anytime 24/7
Muscle and joint injury diagnostics
Musculoskeletal pain is the most expensive employer healthcare cost; more than diabetes or cancer. BlockWRK provides an Al-powered assessment tool, access to orthopedic specialists and free physical therapy treatments employees can do at home, providing immediate help at lower cost.
Employers: Less in-office visits, lower medical costs
Employees: Access to experts without a doctors visit
Payday Advances with 0% APR
Payday lenders charge up to 650% interest for short-terms loans that are often only a few hundred dollars. Even major banks charge $35 for each returned check and frequently process large checks first to initiate hundreds of dollars in NSF fees at once. BlockWRK lets employees pay only $5 for a 0% APR cash advance from their next paycheck.
Employers: Build employee loyalty & reduce worker stress
Employees:Access emergency funds without predatory debt