Founder and CEO of triiyo
Elevator pitch: Tell us about your role and the work your organisation does
triiyo is an HR Connectivity & Employee Advocacy platform that uses industry best practices to support organisations in guiding their managers and employees through the inevitable life phases that occur during careers, from starting a family to retirement planning and every event in-between.
We combine technology with human connection to create a culture of care, inclusion and belonging to improve employee wellbeing, engagement and retention.
triiyo is a ready-to–go, zero code SaaS platform that enables organisations to prioritise the employee experience through tailored Journeys, Communities and Resources to deliver immediate value to their people.
What’s the current focus for you and your organisation in workplace health and wellbeing?
To support organisations to meet the new psychosocial legislative requirements by providing a safe space for their employees to seek support, advice and connection during common life events that are typically perceived to be career limiting. By partnering with triiyo, organisations create a psychologically safe environment for employees to be supported through their entire work lifecycle.
What aspect of workplace health and wellbeing does your organisation do well in?
Our specific focus is providing a platform for employees to be supported through the common, complex and often messy life journeys that we all inevitably face during our working careers. Our solution enables organisations to show a positive duty of care to their employees during the entire employee lifecycle with a transparent external platform that offers a psychologically safe place to seek support during what are typically perceived to be career-limiting stages in your career. With a library of resources from expert partners, community channels for social capital with like-minded peers and tailored communication flows to guide you – and your manager – every step of the way, triiyo focuses on improving employee wellbeing and engagement to create a thriving workplace.
What do you feel are the key issues and considerations for people working in this sector?
Finding a solution that appeals to and supports a multi-generational workforce, especially when leveraging technology, to ensure every employee has access to support.
What do you think the future of workplace health and wellbeing looks like?
I would like to see organisations using data to tailor solutions to their employee groups and to support people with a broader work-life offering now that work and life are intrinsically linked due to hybrid and remote working.
What are your key practices and priorities for your own wellbeing at work? What about your team’s?
As a team we take a mindful moment at the beginning of each meeting, every employee has a wellbeing voucher each year to spend on a wellness activity or membership of their choice, we work flexible hours and are fully remote. Personally, I have a daily meditation practice which is my non negotiable wellbeing practice.
How does WayAhead Workplaces bring value to your organisation’s work, and to yourself as a professional
I welcome the chance to connect with individuals to learn and understand what other companies are doing to improve employee wellbeing, to share ideas and resources. Focusing on employee wellbeing is critical to thriving people and thriving workplaces, which is essential in today’s challenging post-pandemic work environment.