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Rungway at Work

A mentoring tool for people to gain work and life advice from their colleagues.

Rungway’s mission is to change the way people give and get help at work. According to recent research, 82% of employees do not have a mentor for help and support. By giving employees the support they’re seeking, Rungway helps companies unlock all the expertise in their organisations in a fast and convenient way.

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Rungway Rungway @rungway Many men feel they can't speak up about mental health issues at work https://t.co/6ij91IKAEX. What's your advice? #WednesdayWisdom 10 weeks ago
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Rungway Rungway @rungway An interesting debate on the app today. What would you suggest to this Rungway user? Log on now and have your say. https://t.co/74M20ELaFh 10 weeks ago
Rungway Rungway @rungway @ingridlunden Hi Ingrid, that's what we're here for! DM us if you need more information for your piece. 11 weeks ago
Rungway Rungway @rungway Did you know our research has found 1 in 4 (24%) British workers have dealt with high workloads in the past year? #FactFriday 11 weeks ago
Rungway Rungway @rungway Employees believe productivity would be increased with a shorter work week: https://t.co/YxnYVzEqXF. What do you think? #ThursdayThoughts 11 weeks ago
Rungway Rungway @rungway Employers need to pay up to retain top talent, study reveals: https://t.co/lHUvviaCw9, via @IBTimesUK #WednesdayWisdom 11 weeks ago
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Rungway Rungway @rungway Should you foster employee engagement or employee experience? Or how can you make the two work together? https://t.co/GpcQCXn5ec 11 weeks ago
Rungway Rungway @rungway Contrary to common perceptions, men and women face similar levels of work-family conflicts, new research reveals: https://t.co/svcW80W9aL 12 weeks ago
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