FairFly releases FairFly Wellness for monitoring traveler wellbeing

Israel-based airfare price assurance provider FairFly has announced the release of FairFly Wellness, delivering a full range of insights into traveler wellbeing, the company said.

Travel and HR leaders will have granular insights into how their travel program impacts both the physical and mental health of their traveling colleagues.

FairFly Wellness delivers key insights into the negative health impacts of delays, red-eyes, layovers, weekends away, airline quality, and even the middle seat problem. A Traveler Wellbeing Score (TWS) attached to each traveler provides at-a-glance insights into at-risk employees and recommends pro-active measures to improve the quality of their travel.

Identifying the financial impact of employee wellbeing gives companies additional economic incentives to evolve travel policies; reducing attrition and measuring the commercial effect of travel on productivity as well as showing a duty of care.

Research by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) suggests that 79% of business travelers say their job-related travel experience affects their overall job satisfaction. The financial impact of higher attrition connected to travel-related wellbeing for a 1000 employee company is estimated at around USD 2 million.

FairFly´s solutions´ suite is used by many of the world´s largest banking, pharmaceutical, IT and consulting companies to bring transparency to their corporate travel programs and improve traveling employee welfare. FairFly is backed by Blumberg Capital, Emery Capital; the board is chaired by entrepreneur and Waze co-founder, Uri Levine.