Discover how employers are building healthier workforces with Lyra.
To support its diverse employee populations and unique mental health challenges, lululemon partnered with Lyra.
Sheppard Mullin partnered with Lyra to meet the unique needs of legal professionals.
BBH partnered with Lyra to support its global workforce’s mental health in the face of distressing world events.
PatientPoint wanted to retain and attract talent so they partnered with Lyra to tackle burnout and stay competitive.
Mental health care is a key pillar in Zoom’s goal to build a thriving and happy work culture.
Genentech partnered with Lyra when their former EAP couldn’t share a standard for provider quality.
To take care of their employees who take care of complex challenges, Palantir partnered with Lyra.
Morgan Stanley wanted to provide quick access to high-quality care for their employees so they turned to Lyra.
VCA wanted to do more to expand on its legacy EAP, and partnered with Lyra to improve outcomes.
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I have worked with Lyra at a $5B company and now with a smaller, private health care technology company… Regardless of company revenue or size, the offerings, high-touch service, and support from Lyra remain the same—exceptional!
Companies that are not leaning into providing great mental health support for their employees are not set up for success. Employers have a real obligation to step up and fill the gap that exists to provide resources and support through a partner like Lyra.
When we launched Lyra, we banished the word EAP. It’s not in our vocabulary, we got rid of it because it has such a negative connotation. We rolled out a whole new way of looking at employee wellness with our benefits, and Lyra has been a cornerstone for us.