New content is designed to reduce burnout and improve inclusion. But it’s more than just a corporate intranet site.
Microsoft’s latest addition to its Viva platform is health and wellness content from Limeade, a company that focuses on improving employee engagement and reducing burnout. Microsoft announced Thursday that Limeade’s research-based well-being content and activities will show up inside Viva Connections.
Henry Albrecht, Limeade CEO, said in a press release that his company is aligned with Microsoft in recognizing that well-being is at the heart of a healthy employee experience.
“It can’t be something that’s neglected or left for the end of a busy and stressful day,” Albrecht said. “It’s time we leverage the power of technology to be intentional about taking better care of ourselves and others—in the…