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Myntra onboards Mindpeers to enhance employee well being

MindPeers, India’s first holistic science-based mental wellness platform, has been onboarded by Myntra, one of India’s leading fashion, lifestyle and beauty destinations, to enhance its employee wellness efforts. With the increasing focus on holistic employee well-being, people-centric organisations across the industry have indeed begun to realise its relevance. Moreover, the unprecedented last couple of years have amplified the conversations in this space and prioritising the physical as well as mental well-being of employees is considered to be an absolute need of the hour. 

Known for its people-first approach, Myntra has continuously put in practical efforts towards ensuring the holistic well-being of its employees. On-boarding MindPeers is a step further by the brand in this direction. As a part of this engagement, MindPeers will provide personalised therapy, multiple digital interventions and a gamified approach through segments such as Mindcare Index, personalised plans with journals, audio thought guides, and habit trackers. Apart from this, MindPeers will also leverage its workshop model, Boats (a community session), to ensure all employees always have access to various mental and emotional health interventions.

Expressing their views on the partnership, Nupur Nagpal, CHRO, Myntra, said, “With the partnership with MindPeers, we further strengthen our commitment towards building a caring and nurturing environment for our employees and provide them a happy, peaceful and healthy work environment. MindPeers’ expertise in the field of mental health and their curated offerings will further positively impact the overall well-being of the organisation.” 

Commenting on the same, Kanika Agarwal, Founder, MindPeers said, “With considerable amount of conversations around Mental Health, there is still a huge stigma and a negative notion attached to it. Therefore, it feels highly encouraging to see a brand like Myntra come on board and give ‘Mental Health’ of their employees the utmost priority. We aim to make ‘taking care of mind’ into a lifestyle, enabling us to set an example for the several brands who have a vast employee strength. Moreover, we consider it to be a much-needed start of a small contribution in combating mental health issues in a country like India wherein depression and anxiety disorders are on a steep incline.”


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