Bayzat announces wellness hub mobile app targeted at Saudi Arabia’s workforce
Talal Bayaa, CEO and Co-Founder of Bayzat

Bayzat announces wellness hub mobile app targeted at Saudi Arabia’s workforce

A recent survey has confirmed the importance of enhancing employee health and well-being, especially considering the increasing competition in the labour market. The report revealed that, 81% of employee interest is focused on family health, followed by their mental and psychological health, 78% and physical health, 77%. Moreover, World Health Organisation research revealed that workplace health initiatives can reduce sick leave absenteeism by 27%, and healthcare costs for companies by 26%.

Bayzat’s Wellness Hub, accessible through their Bayzat Mobile App encourages employees in Saudi companies to maintain their health by offering daily advice on general health aspects such as healthy nutrition, physical fitness, and mental health. It follows up on their personal progress through several daily activities and tasks.

Wellness Hub also includes earning points for the activities they perform per day and redeeming them into rewards, participating in periodic competitions, and discovering the latest offers and special discounts on various brands designed specifically for the company’s employees.

Wellness Hub is only one aspect of the all-in-one platform The company offers an integrated platform for managing human resources, payroll, and employee benefits in Saudi companies, which automates repetitive and time-consuming tasks electronically, including salaries, insurance, and more. The self-service mobile application allows employees to access work and finance documents and a range of health and leisure transformative benefits.

Talal Bayaa, CEO and Co-Founder of Bayzat, said: “Bayzat pays special attention to the health and overall wellbeing of employees to enhance their performance and increase their efficiency, driving a world class employee experience that is accessible to companies of any size.”

Bayzat is built to ensure all companies HR and payroll processes are compliant with the Saudi Arabia’s labour laws and currently serves over 127,000 employees in about 1,500 companies in GCC.

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