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Author: Michael Grimes

5-a-Day: Business-ready incentives tool to prevent a workplace mental health crisis

Our new 5-a-Day HR tool uses BetterPoints’ pioneering behaviour change technology to help prevent a mental health crisis among staff working from home – a crisis that is forecast to last well after the virus has been brought under control. As many as 10 million people will need new or additional mental health support as…
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UK councils harness behaviour change technology to deliver on active travel commitments

The UK Government recently announced the allocations for Tranche 2 of its Emergency Active Travel Fund. An important difference from Tranche 1 is the emphasis on monitoring reports and the requirement to provide them.  BetterPoints has a track record of helping local authorities both to increase uptake of their active travel initiatives and generate detailed impact reports. At the forefront of mode-shift…
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BetterPoints transport behaviour change for Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove City Council has commissioned BetterPoints technology to promote and measure active travel in the city. It will also monitor temporary infrastructure such as pop-up cycle lanes, extended pedestrian areas and Park Active car parks. The 12-month long BetterPoints programme is open to all residents and employees in the city, as well as…
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Employee well-being and mental health addressed by BetterPoints 5-a-DAY WFH programme

A new tool from behaviour change technology experts BetterPoints aims to prevent a wellbeing crisis among staff working from home.   Almost a fifth of the UK population will need mental health support as a direct consequence of Covid-19, reported the Guardian last week. Meanwhile, the Mirror revealed that office workers fear their mental health will suffer if they have to spend…
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Climathon Sheffield – an ideathon to tackle e-waste and digital deprivation in the region

The UK is one of the biggest producers of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in the world. We consume 1.8 million electronic items every year, yet we recycle less than 20% of our e-waste. Meanwhile, over 30% of parents with school-age children report their child does not have access to an internet device for…
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