"The difficulties usually lie in understanding what causes the stress and how the employees feel in certain situations. It helps when the data talks" - Angelica Lindström, SKF​

The users' experience is central to our results

Our results are driven by user experience and insights. We therefore always measure the Net Promoter Score (NPS) as a measure of user satisfaction. NPS can be between -100 and 100. The creators of the scale (Bain & Company) say that NPS above 0 is good, above 20 very good and above 50 is great. Furthermore, we also always ask our users if they appreciate that their employer offers Linkura.

Since 2013, we have helped over 7,000 individuals get a handle on their stress with the help of biodata. Take your employees’ health seriously and invest in biodata.

0 +
Individuals helped since 2013
0 +
Companies have offered Linkura as a part of their wellbeing work
out of 10 appreciate that their employer offers Linkura
Net Promoter Score

Customer Case

SKF improves the workplace health of its employees through data-driven insights

SKF works actively to increase the well-being of its employees. Through their collaboration with Linkura, they have been able to improve their work in promoting well-being and gained valuable insights into how to prevent stress in the workplace. Read the story about Angelica Lindström, People Experience Manager at SKF.