Chipotle’s New Wellness Experience, Powered by Aduro®, Offers Mental Health Support for Frontline Workers
Aduro, a provider of corporate wellness solutions that drive Human Performance, announced it has partnered with Chipotle Mexican Grill to launch Chipotle’s new wellness experience called Strive built on Aduro’s proprietary technology. The platform supports mental health goals among restaurant managers, field leaders, and restaurant support center employees.
“On Mental Health Action Day, we applaud Chipotle for their commitment to the mental health and holistic well-being of their people,” said Renee Petrie, Aduro Chief Product Officer. “It’s so important to eliminate stigma around mental health issues in the workplace. Leveraging this virtual space to reinforce mental health goals and provide easy access to resources, expert coaching, and interactive content is evidence of Chipotle’s inclusive and authentic culture of well-being for all employees.”
Chipotle’s Strive is powered by Aduro’s proprietary wellness platform, which delivers personalized well-being experiences focused on six interrelated aspects of life:
- Mindset & Resilience
- Purpose & Contribution
- Lifestyle & Health
- Relationships & Community
- Development & Growth
- Money & Prosperity
“Chipotle understands that it’s in everyone’s best interest to provide intentional mental health support at work and as part of a holistic approach to well-being,” said Dr. Darren White, Aduro CEO. “I am grateful that Chipotle is announcing Strive during Mental Health Awareness Month because they are an influential voice and much-admired brand. Their leadership on this topic will only build on the current momentum for reimagining the role that companies can and should play in the well-being of their employees and how good partnerships ensure all stakeholders have their needs met.”
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Mental Health Awareness Month (May) was started by Mental Health America (MHA) in 1949 to increase awareness and understanding of mental health issues. Mental Health Action Day (Thursday, May 20, 2021) was created earlier this year by a coalition of nonprofits, leading brands, and cultural leaders to provide tools that help people turn awareness into action in their own communities.
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