Zurich Life Blog

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Since launch, the Tackle Your Feelings mental wellbeing campaign has tackled the stigma of talking about mental health and promoted the benefits of proactively working on your mental wellbeing.

Through the Tackle Your Feelings initiative, Zurich employees are being supported with the tools to help improve their wellbeing and reach their personal goals.

Two former professional rugby players, Mike Ross and Isaac Boss, share their experiences of how technology impacted their game and why wearable devices can motivate us all to keep fit.

Tackle Your Feelings seeks to emphasise the importance of preventative measures in maintaining good mental wellbeing, writes Richard McElwee from Rugby Players Ireland. He speaks to Elaine Hayes from Zurich's People Development team about the impact of Tackle Your Feelings in Zurich Ireland.

Sarah Berry joined the Zurich Apprenticeship Programme in 2016 and shares her experience of the initiative, where education and first hand work experience work together to form a deeper learning approach.

Zurich Life is the first company in Ireland to pilot wearable technology to support customer health goals.

Mental health is a growing health, social and economic concern in Ireland. Tackle Your Feelings (TYF) was established to encourage people to take preventative measures to maintain and improve their mental and emotional wellbeing.

Be conscious, be present and connect... are Pat Lam's words of advice. In this latest Tackle Your Feelings campaign video we hear from Connaught's most successful Rugby coach on the importance of developing strong relationships with your community.

The Dublin 7s festival takes place this Saturday May 11th at Old Belvedere Rugby Club and promises to be a fun filled day.

Employee wellness programmes have become a significant topic of conversation over the last number of years, particularly as awareness of the mental health and wellbeing of employees has become so relevant, writes Kate McNamara.