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This is a game-changer for employee wellness
– Jamie Owens

fitness marketplace Hussle has launched a corporate fitness service, providing employees with subsidised, multi-club access to UK gyms and health clubs.

The new service will run parallel to Hussle's core consumer offer and has already secured a number of leading brands and organisations – including Facebook UK, Channel 4 Television and the British Transport Police.

Hussle says it now has a presence in 96 per cent of all UK postcodes and the new corporate offering will leverage this geographic coverage to "appeal to employers with staff that work in different locations or travel frequently".

The service is also designed to run alongside incumbent corporate gym membership packages. Corporate clients are given access to a bespoke website landing page, where their employees choose from a selection of four employer-subsidised packages.

Once they select a package, employees are then given unlimited monthly access to all the gyms, pools and spas within that package by showing their unique code on arrival at reception.

Revenue is split between the gyms, pools and spas used by the employee.

"This is a game-changer for employee wellness,” said Hussle's head of corporate fitness, Jamie Owens.

“The scale and geographical spread of our gym, pool and spa network means that employers can support the health of their entire workforce, wherever they’re located, giving them the option to exercise near home, work, or on the road with just one pass.

"This also positively impacts the fitness industry by providing our partner operators with access to a wider workforce than they could previously reach on their own, increasing participation in fitness.”

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Fitness marketplace Hussle has launched a corporate fitness service, providing employees with subsidised, multi-club access to UK gyms and health clubs.
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