The Leader in Health & Engagement
Keas guarantees success because our platform is helping change behavior at companies with all types of workforces.
Keas' clients include many of Fortune's Top US & Global Companies.
Reed Elsevier Group PLC
Incapital lowers stress and healthcare costs.
Incapital is a leading underwriter and wholesale distributor of fixed income securities and structured notes. The Chicago-based organization works through a network of more than 800 broker-dealers, banks and institutions.
Keas helped people develop healthier habits by increasing awareness for the participants. It created new vision for people.
TDM slows insurance premium growth rates.
Troy Design & Manufacturing (TDM) is a stamping engineering and sheet metal prototype supplier to Ford Motor Company. Like most manufacturing companies, the population of TDM was split about 50/50 – half of the employees’ responsibilities resided in heavy physical labor, with the other group hovering over terminals, on a daily basis.
TDM is using Keas to help us manage healthcare costs by creating an environment that is more health conscious than we’ve ever had.
St. Lawrence College improves teamwork and health.
Situated along the beautiful St. Lawrence River, with campus locations in Brockville, Cornwall and Kingston, St. Lawrence College (SLC) consistently ranks as one of Ontario’s leading community colleges with 6,700 full-time students from more than 40 countries.
Keas’ online platform allowed us to break down physical barriers and various social aspects to give employees an opportunity to interact with others they normally wouldn’t come into contact with. Keas provides an annual subscription to a ‘Health Challenge’ program that combines social networking and games to create happier, healthier and more engaged employees.
Pfizer helps at-risk employees.
Pfizer, as part of its Healthy Pfizer program, rolled Keas out to all 35,000 U.S.-based employees. Employees connected across worksites and divisions, and Pfizer found that it wasn’t just health nuts meeting their health goals. The challenge saw a major reduction in at-risk employees.
Over the course of our study, there was statistically significant improvements in employees' behavior and health habits. Importantly, these improvements were seen not just in the already healthy, but in the at-risk population.
Chilton ups engagement.
Hospitals are high-stress environments that often breed bad habits. Chilton’s Wellness Committee was tasked with implementing a comprehensive and creative wellness solution that addressed both diet and exercise. Enter Keas. The “fun factor” of Keas brought the staff together and quickly changed behaviors.
Not only did everyone love joining teams, but they joined teams with people across different worksites and divisions. So while teams on Keas were active and helped get people to change their lifestyle, teams in the worksite also formed and people worked better together.