TresVista bats for mental-health awarness, conducts ‘Breathe’ for employees

This is the second season of the workplace mental-health programme


TresVista, the global outsourcing enterprise, recently conducted its second successful season of Breathe, its workplace mental-health programme. The wellness-to-work virtual sessions under the programme were attended by employees from across the Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru offices of the Company.

Vishal Shah, director, TresVista, said, “The two key constituents that contribute to the creation and success of our mental awareness programmes are our long-term approach and understanding that we succeed together as a team. The programme includes, but is not limited to, a series of workshops on wellness, awareness, and welfare, tie-ups with experienced third-party professionals that employees and their families have access to, and our extensive mentorship programme.”

‘Breathe’ is aimed at increasing awareness of mental health, challenging existing stereotypes of mental illness, and exploring how employees can support each other / their colleagues. The Company understands that “all individuals are unique, multi-faceted, and dealing with specific situations and circumstances”.

As part of the holistic programme, which is in line with TresVista’s guiding philosophy that focuses on people, action and team, the Company organised 37 webinars. The covered many subjects including post-COVID healthcare, diet and nutrition, and support group for caregivers, expectant parents and returning to the post-COVID workplace. The sessions included structured experiences, group discussions as well as interactions.

Initiated in 2021, Breathe allows employees and their family members to gain access to professional experts for emotional and mental wellness.

TresVista offers a diversified portfolio of services, including investment diligence, industry research, business development, fund administration, accounting, and data analytics. Its 1,000-strong workforce is spread across offices in Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, New York, London, and Singapore.

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