Why do I only have 3 programs? How can I add more?

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    Jenna

    I think individuals should be able to subscribe for more sessions, regardless of what the company chooses. If not, then why use Whil when other programs offer more than 3 topics?

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    no-name

    I am hoping more are offered as  I have completed the three topics that are listed

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    no-name

    I agree, as I would be willing to pay for a subscription to get access to all the other courses!

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    no-name

    I think the same! Individuals should be able to subscribe for more courses irrelevant of what the company offers. If someone id willing to pay extra for more courses at least let them buy the subscription. How will the Whil team even know what % of enrolled people would like to get access to more courses?? 

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    no-name

    Same I don’t understand why one can’t just add individual lessons or buy a subscription

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    no-name

    This seems crazy. I would also pay for more courses!

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    no-name

    You should offer individuals to buy the courses

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    no-name

    I was very sadden to find out that Whil, offered through my Virgin Pulse, only offers 3 courses. I work for a large hospital corporate chain and it is extremely unlikely they will purchase more courses because one employee out of thousands of employees is requesting it.

    I am Whil-ing to pay for more! Please!!!

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    no-name

    Why not provide options for virgin pulse users to 1. Notify benefits team via the app that they would want power up program. 2. Allow individual users to purchase power up program?

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    no-name

    When a company set rewards for your Medical benefits based on courses taken it is ethically wrong to lock that content behind a subscription. 

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    no-name

    It is ironic Whil suggests asking the employee to ask their corporations, when they are being asked about it here, Whil does not respond. 

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    no-name

    basically telling me to go pay for waking up or headspace?

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    no-name

    I don't understand why our company only offers three courses but wants us to earn a very high number of points.  The company should make it easier to attain that goal, not harder.  I know several co-workers who just are not even trying to earn points because they feel it is too difficult to get so many.  That seems to defeat the purpose of having the Virgin Pulse program.  

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    no-name

    I was so very impressed by the full Whil library that we were given temporary access to for a couple months during the COVID-19 outbreak. And then saddened to wake up last week and find that it was taken away.

    I have listened to the 3 sessions in the allowed Starter Kit program over and over again each month for the past 2 years to not only earn my rewards with my company but because I do enjoy them, but I have always wished for a way to access more. I doubt my large company would ever provide everyone long term access to the full library just for the few of us that would like it, however Whil could benefit from those of us that are willing to support them and subscribe ourselves. I truly believe this would be of great benefit for both Whil, the employers and those of us who enjoy your product if you would actually put forth something to allow individuals to unlock that content on a 1 on 1 basis.

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    no-name

    I also was disappointed to find the full library was taken away after the Covid release. Individuals should be able to purchase the power up when their companies say no. The 3 courses are not enough and I don’t find them useful anymore. The full library was great and I wish I had access again.

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    no-name

    Finding it boring with only 3 options -

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    no-name

    Then why does it say "You currently have free access to a few of Whil's 250+ mini-courses" at the top? Clearly I don't since I'm only seeing these same three courses.

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    no-name

    So sad the courses have been dropped by my company. I've been a fan of While for many years and start my day with a quick 5-10 breathing and mindfulness. This is so disappointing, especia.

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    Cynthia Deveau

    I agree! I was so disappointed when our access to courses ended! Covid is still going strong! I loved the Whil classes and found a great benefit. Now, just those three classes? I have reached out to our HR department and was told there is nothing they can do (not true). I would pay for my own classes on here. We do have to take our health and well-being I to our own hands. Our company is not going to help us with that - especially if it cuts into their profit.

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    no-name

    I think it’s stupid that you don’t offer individual plans. You are leaving money on the table. I will never convince my company to invest in this but I value the content and want to subscribe. I am going to make a formal complaint to Apple to have this App removed from their library. What good is it to build an app that only holds three lessons and wastes space on our phones when we can subscribe to it as individuals? Greedy crooks that want huge corporate payouts must have come up with this stupid idea!

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