Virgin Pulse rolls out a new employer-configurable safety, crisis and health engagement platform, VP Passport

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The leading global provider of corporate wellness software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions, Virgin Pulse has announced the unveiling of its new product VP Passport. VP Passport is a critical safety, health, and crisis response platform which is a part of the broader solution of the company, Return-to-Workplace. The hrtech news community has been witnessing the efforts by hrtech companies to create solutions that would aid employees as well as employers return back to work with utmost safety and precautions, keeping in mind the outbreak of the pandemic.

This new application can be configured for reflecting cultures that are employer-specific along with protocols and structures as well as leverage the core components of the flagship wellbeing platform of Virgin Pulse for backing companies in reopening their workplaces safely and giving them the confidence to navigate the next phase of the pandemic.

Now that a lot of nations, states and cities are in the process of providing relaxation to the limitations caused by social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders, organizations and employers are increasing their laser focus making preparations for the return of employees safely to a workplace that is definitely going to look notably different that what it looked like before the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

David Osborne, CEO of Virgin Pulse stated that safety, wellbeing, and health have taken up the major top spots on the crucial list of priorities of every company, CEO, community, and government across the world, in the past two and a half months. Companies from every corner of the world, never before this, had to entirely rethink the strategies for their workplace so quickly. In order to be capable of supporting their workforce at present and safeguarding them against any disruptions in the future, organizations will have to act immediately and at the same time, fast forward to a future space where wellbeing, safety, and health of the workforce are all managed as interconnected and strategic business priorities.

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Chandrima Samanta
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