The ClassPass Corporate Wellness Program provides employers with cost-effective, flexible fitness benefits that reach 100% of their workforce, 24/7

Superdrug, the UK’s second-largest health and beauty retailer, has partnered with ClassPass, the world’s largest business-to-consumer fitness and wellness network, to offer employees in-person and digital fitness and wellness benefits from over 30,000 fitness studios, gyms and wellness centres.

The ClassPass Corporate Wellness Program equips employers with flexible fitness and wellness options for their workforce, allowing companies to tailor their offering based on budget and their team’s own personal requirements. With the ongoing pandemic, fitness and wellness benefits that promote both mental and physical wellbeing and can be accessed anywhere in the world, whether at home or near the office, have become more important than ever before.

As part of the Corporate Wellness Program, Superdrug employees have been able to take advantage of private fitness classes including a lunchtime yoga class.

“Since the start of the pandemic, and with Tier Three restrictions starting in London and across the UK today, we have seen dramatic changes in the benefits employees are looking for as well as how they access these benefits. A growing number of Superdrug’s employees are working from home and we’re thrilled that we’re able to provide 100% of their workforce with fitness and wellness benefits to support them at this time,” says Nicole Wolfe, Head of Corporate Programs at ClassPass. 

Superdrug joins more than 2,000 companies, including Deliveroo, VitaCoco and ReceiptBank that have named ClassPass as their preferred fitness and wellness partner.


About ClassPass 

Founded in 2013, ClassPass is a membership that provides access to the world’s largest network of fitness and wellness experiences. ClassPass partners with more than 30,000 pre-vetted exercise studios, health clubs and wellness providers to offer a broad range of digital and in-person classes including yoga, cycling, Pilates, strength training, boxing and more. In addition to workouts, members can instantly book inspiring wellness experiences, such as massages, acupuncture, and spa treatments. ClassPass also helps first-time studio owners, emerging fitness chains and known boutique brands to merchandise their excess inventory, find new customers and generate new streams of revenue. In 2018, ClassPass launched the most employer-friendly Corporate Wellness Program and has partnered with 2,000 companies of all sizes to offer employee fitness and wellness benefits. Learn more at http://classpass.com.

 

By Lisa Baker, Senior Editor

Senior Editor Lisa Baker is the owner of Need to See it Publishing Group, providing contract news for business and news sites across the UK. Lisa is an experienced HR writer and commentator, editing HR publications for more than 5 years.