We work to make people better, driving businesses forward
improve the well-being of your people
At a glance Why BestLifeRewarded?
What we do works. Most wellness offerings are light on substance, but BLRI builds real engagement through science-based wellness with built-in assessment models and robust measurement.
Proven. It works.
Members love it!
We make our clients happy.
Book smarts and street smarts. BLR combines proven behavioural models with a 10-year track record of results.
77% of BLR members engage every year, 7x the industry standard!
BLR partners enjoy the strategic and daily support provided as they advance their internal wellness objectives measured through their tangible results.
Our Solutions Results-driven products
BestLifeRewarded is the most comprehensive evidence-informed program that is tailored for the individual, customizable for the employer and includes a robust library of health education, health tracking tools, integration with Fitbit and other wearables, and offers multiple rewards structures.Learn about our products
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Lessons from the Great ResignationJan 4 • Brighton Bernard
Supporting Working ParentsDec 1 • Brighton Bernard
How Science‑based Wellness Measurably Improves Employee HealthNov 15 • BestLifeRewarded
Four Ways to Support Financial HealthNov 1 • Brighton Bernard
Alberta Blue Cross Report on ROI for Workplace WellnessOct 29 • BestLifeRewarded
Best Way Forward: The Intrinsic Connection Between Work & Well-beingOct 7 • Brighton Bernard
Four Ways to Create a Healthy WorkplaceOct 1 • Brighton Bernard
BestLifeRewarded Innovations Joins the People Corporation FamilySep 29 • BestLifeRewarded
Prioritize Digital SolutionsSep 1 • Brighton Bernard
Navigating the Return to WorkAug 3 • Brighton Bernard
BestLifeRewarded Innovations is dedicated to continuous improvement and being at the forefront of health behaviour change innovation. We focus on results-oriented disruptive technology research to foster efficiencies and measurable change.View all research and media