We care about
the employee experience
Almost one fifth of the working population act as informal carers;
Caring, unpaid, for friends and family relatives is an increasing issue for our time and one that is affecting the workforce in both the UK and throughout the world. It warrants high priority change in HR strategies
WeMa is a care concierge service to support employees with their informal care duties
The responsibility of informal care can be stressful and tiring and most carers have to reduce their hours, turn down promotions and in some cases leave work.
For an employer, losing experienced employees inevitably leads to additional recruitment and retraining costs.
Providing access to quality care, health and wellness services can help support employees and reduce the burden of their caring responsibilities. This makes for a healthy, happy, and productive workforce.
Workers who have an outstanding employee experience perform better, achieve more and help companies to become extraordinary.
“Managing the health and wellbeing of yourself and your loved ones can be challenging, particularly if you act as an informal carer. Our partnership with Lavanya and their WeMa Care concierge offers a unique service that our staff can rely on as they navigate the UK’s social and healthcare system, giving them crucial support and helping them make better informed decisions.”
Pete Bettles COO UK&I, Global Payments
Service Providers can start delivering services through WeMa Life and earn more revenue
Wellness Management for Life
“Anyone who has ever been tasked with sourcing any form of care for themselves or a loved one, will know how difficult, stressful and cumbersome the process can be. Often blighted by poor communications and requiring multiple platforms, the healthcare industry has been crying out for a better solution to connect care within communities – the launch of WeMa will deliver this,”
Rohit Patni Chairman
"The idea for WeMa Life was very much borne out of our family’s own personal experiences when having to look after one of our elderly relatives. This was a new experience for all of us, and we found the process of organising care services to be unnecessarily time-consuming, and often difficult to manage,”
Rajal Patni CFO