Marriott International partners with meQuilibrium to support Employee Emotional Health and Wellbeing
Marriott International has selected meQuilibrium, the leading science-based resilience training solution, to support the mental wellbeing of its global associates. Marriott’s associates worldwide can now access meQuilibrium’s digital science-based cognitive solution to navigate these unprecedented times and build their adaptive capacity, resilience, and agility.
“Marriott is invested in the wellbeing of all associates, including those returning to work or currently furloughed as well as front-line employees who may be dealing with anxiety, uncertainty, and stress,” says Dr. David Rodriguez, Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Marriott International. “meQuilibrium’s best-in-class solution offers mental wellbeing expertise that supports our associates who are managing the stress and uncertainty associated with disruption, transformation, and rapid change.”
“Our partnership with Marriott is a testament to their people-first culture,” says Jan Bruce, CEO, and co-founder, meQuilibrium. “Marriott has long been known for prioritizing its associates’ wellbeing and we are glad they have chosen our science-based resilience platform to meet the mental health needs of their associates. They are taking measures in this extraordinary time to take care of their associates.”
COVID-19 has disrupted the world and business challenges continue to mount, making resilience all the more important. meQuilibrium’s platform provides data-driven insights for individuals by creating predictive models that generate relevant, interactive, and skill-building activities, resources, and support. The platform offers a highly personalized, prescriptive journey to help employees become more resilient, empathetic, and emotionally intelligent. Marriott associates can access meQuilibrium Engage, a cloud-based, globally scalable system designed to help people manage stress and change. Multiple language editions are available to associates including Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese to help support Marriott’s global workforce.