Frequently Asked Questions
When we on-board any new user, we only require an email address and a Company ID unique to your organisation. Once signed up the email address used is encrypted. So when we track app usage for reporting purposes, no company will be able to link any data back to an individual employee.
We also understand the challenges of maintaining the anonymity of users in smaller organisations. That’s why if we feel any users anonymity may be at risk, due to the number of users within your organisations, we will not be able to offer reporting at a company level. However, we will be able to provide reporting at an industry specific level.
We all know that people are the greatest asset of any company. Our reporting will offer you insight into what areas of mental health your employees need support in. We offer high level reporting, showing data such as trends around viewed content within your company. We can go much more granular as well, showing specific content or searches your employees are submitting.
These reports can be used in-house by your relevant team, to help mould your company policy and change your culture to better support your employees. If you wish, Everymind can assist with this.
As long as your employees have an IOS or Android smartphone they will be able to access the app.
Everymind will not protect you if an employee makes a claim of disability discrimination in the work place. It is worth noting that, in 2018, there was a 37% rise in employment tribunals for disability discrimination, with case decided on it’s own merits.
However, If you are a company that has strived to create an accepting and supportive culture of mental health, then this should reduce the likelihood of an employee making such a claim. If a claim is made, then steps such as providing a support App and other services Everymind offer should create a positive image of your company.