Your way to better wellbeing

Through a unique method, Howdy provides your company with insight into both employee and organizational wellbeing, and takes proactive action when needed.
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With Howdy you get early detection ongoing prevention  better wellbeing 

With Howdy you get better wellbeing

Since 2015, we have reduced stress-related sick leave in Danish and foreign companies and we have saved society more than 70 million euro. Through a unique method, we give your company insight into the wellbeing of both employees and the organization, and intervene proactively when the need arises.


Howdy frequently measures mental and physical wellbeing. Measuring creates attention and attention creates reflection. Howdy makes the individual reflect and the group talk, by contributing to a common language that makes it easier to talk openly about wellbeing.

  • Simple and easy through app or web
  • Creates continuous reflection
  • The individual remains anonymous


As an Employee you obtain insight into your own wellbeing history. As a Manager or HR you’ll get access to a live dashboard that provides insight into the department and/or organizations current wellbeing.

  • Wellbeing overview
  • Live dashboard
  • Organizational insight


If an employee’s wellbeing decreases, the Howdy response team reacts proactively and helps the employee back on track. If the general wellbeing of a department is decreasing, the response team will react on an organizational level by reaching out to the manager.

  • Proactive help to employees and managers
  • Response team consisting of occupational psychologists and physical therapists
  • We call you and make change easy for you


The Howdy live dashboard provides managers and HR with valuable insight on how to create sustainable changes that heightens wellbeing. Employees gain access to customized exercises that aims to increase wellbeing and/or relieve physical pain.

  • Individual mini interventions
  • Tools that heighten wellbeing
  • Available psychological assistance (Possibility of adding Howdy Services)
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New Technology Strengthens Men’s Health

Through the course of everyday life men and women experience equal numbers of mental and psychological challenges on average. However, traditionally men are less prone to seek assistance, which may mean a shorter and more difficult life when compared to the average lifespan and quality of life of a woman. Fortunately, through the use of

Customer stories

Siemens Gamesa: The support Howdy has provided has been invaluable

Our care for our employees is why we introduced Howdy to our Service UK team. Here, we provide the tool for around 500 of our employees. Having helped several our employees through difficult times, the support Howdy has provided has been invaluable.

Customer stories

Keycore: Howdy® provides us an extra dimension in the recruitment phase

The company Keycore has been on a journey of growth the past couple of years. They have gone from 9 to 40 employees and see themselves as a scaleup company. To continue the growth, it is essential to attract and recruit the right employees. A great challenge within the IT-industry at the moment is attracting

The positive effects are many

Howdy customers achieve


less sickleaves
1,7 percent of our users have avoided a sickleave

6 x

faster recovery
Empirical evidence shows that Howdy gets employees 6 times faster back from poor wellbeing


more wellbeing dialogue
22 percent of our users reports that Howdy has improved the wellbeing dialogue


increased reflection

46 percent of our users has become more reflective towards their own wellbeing

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