Howdy creates better conditions for wellbeing in
Better wellbeing in The Energy Sector
Wind energy is one of the fastest growing renewable energy technologies with a major part to play in tackling the climate crisis. In this dynamic and competitive industry, players must continually adapt and innovate in order to maintain market share, and this environment intrinsically brings challenges to the workforce.
Benefits of using Howdy in the energy sector:
- Providing direct wellbeing support to the employees before they reach a critical state of wellbeing.
- Monitoring the overall wellbeing, providing managers with an insight into their team’s stress levels.
- Bringing the subject of stress and mental health up in regular conversation, helping to remove the stigma.
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Siemens Gamesa: The support Howdy has provided has been invaluable
“Currently we manufacture, install and service thousands of turbines that are up to and exceeding 100m high, with rotor diameters of up to 167m. To achieve this, we implement large-scale projects with many complex components such as logistics, tools and suppliers. Working in this environment is inherently risky, which is why we put the safety and wellbeing of our employees at the forefront of what we do. Our care for our employees is why we introduced Howdy to our Service Offshore 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.”
Projektingenjör – Siemens Gamesa
K2 Management: With Howdy we are one step ahead
“Projects in this sector are often complex, high risk and high pressure. I think there is a general understanding that employee wellbeing can and does directly impact decisions that are made on a day-to-day basis, and therefore we have a responsibility to factor this in and plan accordingly.
There are several advantages to Howdy – Employees get to see a real time visual of their mood which encourages them to reflect and hopefully use the resources available. Trained specialists make contact early on when responses suggest the need for support, and finally we as management get an accurate overview of hot spots in our organization and can challenge, investigate and hopefully address the underlying causes before they become more serious.
We feel we are one step ahead, proactively reaching out to our employees via Howdy and it’s nudging mechanism.”
Manager for Health, Safety and Wellbeing – K2 Management