WellRight’s wellness activities and challenge ideas help users develop new habits across the entire spectrum of wellness: physical, emotional, financial, occupational, and social—all driven by purpose.
WellRight’s corporate wellness platform features:
The Money Spent Challenge invites you to create a historical budget from the past three months. Gather your old bank statements and credit card statements and figure out how much you earned versus how much you spent in different categories.
Our platform has 12 different categories of fun, flexible wellness activities and challenges built right in. These fully configurable wellness activities are designed to foster healthy habit-forming behaviors. From healthy eating, to mindfulness, to team building, to fitness challenges, there is something for everyone.
Get an overview of each type of challenge on the WellRight platform, or browse all of our wellness challenges by category below.
Collaboration challenges encourage employees to work together, offer advice, or hold a brainstorm session.
Communication challenges help employees become more effective communicators and team members.
Emotional challenges help employees better manage their mental health through activities like keeping a gratitude journal.
Environmental challenges promote activities like recycling, biking to work, or composting.
Financial challenges can help motivate employees to save, pay down debt, or get started investing.
Manager-Led challenges give managers ideas for engaging and guiding their teams with goal setting and career planning.
Mastery challenges help employees learn a new skill or coach or mentor a colleague.
Occupational challenges help employees improve at their jobs through completing a certification, networking, or setting goals.
Physical challenges include both exercise and fitness activities as well as diet and nutrition activities.
Purpose challenges relate to the 6th element of well-being: helping employees find purpose and meaning.
Relationships challenges help employees strengthen relationships with colleagues, family, and themselves.
Social challenges encourage employees to get out in the community by volunteering or doing a good deed for a neighbor.