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Find your balance and Energise@Home
Prioritising the health and well-being of our people during lockdown
- Since our routines have changed, we need to think outside the box to maintain our physical and mental wellbeing.
Staying energised at home
As the mental and physical health of our people remains a high priority, Energise@Deloitte quickly transformed into Energise@Home during COVID-19. We created an internal content rich platform and our popular group classes successfully went virtual, bringing the instructors from the Gateway fitness centre into the homes of Deloitters. We even invited parents to enjoy some fitness fun with their children during our family workouts!
The platform provides a wealth of information offering lots of resources, tips and tricks and fun insights into how to make the most of this unusual situation, to learn how to initiate desirable habits and routines, express oneself creatively, cook fresh tasty recipes, get moving, sleep soundly and find novel and delightful ways to connect with others..
Creative and innovative ideas
Every week, we zoomed in on a relevant topic affecting our daily lives such as staying resilient and keeping mentally fit. We also suggested unique and fun ways to stay connected to friends, family and colleagues while living and working from home.
“Weekly well-being webinars featuring a superb line-up of guest speakers continue to capture our peoples’ interest. With our innovative and creative spirit, we continue to connect and have fun together even if we’re not physically in the same space!”
Virtual Hugs step challenge
We’re proud of the contributions we made to our society during these unprecedented times, and we’re grateful to all of the Deloitters who took part in our Energise@Home step challenge from 7 to 27 April. Together we collected an amazing 75,694 km in just four weeks!
For every 1,000 km registered on the Energise platform, Deloitte donated an extra device to Virtual Hugs. Thanks to our collective efforts, we were able to give an additional 75 devices to care homes and hospitals across the country, ensuring that more members of our community could stay connected with their loved ones.