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press@emooter.com
Contact us for interviews, statements, or just for more info on Emooter or the future of wellbeing at work. We're happy to answer all your questions.

influencers@emooter.com
Are you an influencer or a thought leader in Wellbeing at Work, HR or HR tech, Future of Work, Health, Wellness, Happines, or related topics? Contact us for collaboration.

partnerships@emooter.com
We believe that we can have the most impact in the world if we do it together. Are you a service provider looking to partner with us? Let's have a chat!

researchers@emooter.com
Are you a researcher or do you represent a research organization? We love to collaborate with researchers, contact us!

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About Emooter

The 4th industrial revolution is under way and people need new tools to help them to monitor and improve their well-being at work. Burn-out, bore-out and disengagement are increasingly relevant issues in work life, but they can be prevented if people have the right tools to help them. As there is a well-researched increase in mental health issues relating to these phenomena, an increased emphasis on well-being is required. This has led to a demand for employers to focus on these issues as well, especially with the rise of amorphous organization structures, where workers are more and more independent of HR management. Sustaining talent in companies also requires them to be content with their work well-being, and this means that there must be reliable and agile ways to help employees feel well and ultimately thrive at work. The benefits of paying attention to wellbeing are vast and include numerous findings from scientific research. To name a few, high positive work engagement has been found to correlate with increased productivity, increased creativity and innovativeness, better customer satisfaction and loyality, better relationships at work and at home, and better overall health and life satisfaction. This is why there is a clear business case in investing into wellbeing at work as well as motivation for people to take better care of themselves at work and outside work. Our aim at Emooter is to help people become healthier, happier and more satisfied while enjoying their work. When people are able to take an active, self-guided role in developing their well-being, the positive effects will reflect also in companies' value creation. In the macro scale, positive work engagment even has an GDP impact. Emooter is a research-based set of tools for people and teams who want to improve and sustain their mental wellbeing at work. We offer this set of tools as an user friendly app that anyone can use anytime, anywhere, with their smart phone, tablet or computer. Based on short discussions with Emooter’s Virtual Work Well-being Guide you get personal feedback, ideas, nudges, and job crafting challenges. From the instant feedback Emooter gives you, you can see how you are doing compared to your peer group as well as a reflect on how you are doing at work and what might affect your well-being. The nudges Emooter offers are concrete and easy, scientifically proven ways to improve your well-being on the spot and in the long run. For teams and organizations, our service offers reliable assessments on wellbeing at work based on a huge amount of global benchmark data and scientifically valid measures. With this continuously updated analysis, teams and organizations have the ability to react to changes in wellbeing before they become problems and support team members and employees in tackling emerging problems. What sets our service apart from other tools out there is that we help every employee individually, our service is based on scientific research and evidence, and we actively guide our users for better wellbeing.

People

Dani Pärnänen

Dani Pärnänen

Co-founder, Technology & Design

dani@emooter.com
+358 50 401 0537

Teemu Jäntti

Teemu Jäntti

Co-founder, Customers & Partnerships

teemu@emooter.com
+358 40 821 1463

Kiia Ruokonen

Kiia Ruokonen

Work Well-being Specialist

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