Wellbeing Warrior


In this article, you will learn how to integrate Wellbeing Warrior in Personio. You will get an overview of all the requirements, and instructions for installing the integration with the Personio employee data API.

Activate from the Marketplace: We have improved the activation flow for this Integration. You can now start the activation from the Marketplace. For more information, visit our article Activate Integrations from the Marketplace.


What is Wellbeing Warrior?

Wellbeing Warrior is an innovative SaaS solution. Their services include a wide range of automated initiatives (Remote Coffee Break, Lunch Roulette, Onboarding Buddy Program, Ask the CEO, etc) that bring people together, promote clear communication and boost your employee's development. They achieve that by promoting team building, breaking down silos, and involving employees.


How can I set up the integration between Wellbeing Warrior and Personio?

  1. You first need to generate new API credentials for this integration in Settings > API credentials. For more information on how to do this, have a look at our help center article on how to generate and manage API credentials. You can choose which personal data the integration can read or write based on the attributes listed in the following points.
  2. Make sure that your approved employee attributes are selected (First name, Last name, Email, Status, Position, Hire date, Department, Subcompany, Birthday, Office, Team).

  3. Log in on Wellbeing Warrior and navigate to Administration > Settings > Synchronization > Edit Settings.


  4. Under Personio Integration click on Show Credentials and fill the in Personio client and Personio client secret with the information obtained in step 1.


  5. Additionally, we recommend that you turn on the Member auto-synchronization and Absence auto-synchronization. By doing so, Wellbeing Warrior automatically imports and synchronizes your employee data from Personio every night.

  6. Click on Update.


What data will be transferred?

All employee data allowed in Personio is transferred to Wellbeing Warrior. Wellbeing Warrior does not transfer any data to Personio.

After transferring the data, Wellbeing Warrior automatically creates employee accounts and sends email invitations to all active employees, welcoming the new members.

Furthermore, Wellbeing Warrior can also transfer employee absence information, improving the employee experience by not inviting absent members to initiatives.

The following attributes will be transferred:

Employee Data

Attribute name in Personio Attribute name in Wellbeing Warrior
First name First name
Last name

Last name

Email Email
Status Status
Position Position
Hire Date Start Date
Department Department
Subcompany Subcompany
Birthday Birthday
Office Work Location
Team Team

Absence Data

Attribute name in Personio Attribute name in Wellbeing Warrior
Start Date Start Date
End Date

End Date

Days Count Days Count
Time Off Type Time Off Type
Half Day Start Half Day Start
Half Day End Half Day End

Filter options

Wellbeing Warrior also provides a member rules filter. This filter allows organizations to include / exclude employees by their email, first name, last name, work location, department, sub department or position.

  1. Navigate to Administrator > Settings > Synchronization > Edit Settings.
  2. Click Add Member Rule.
  3. Select the attribute you want to filter (email, first name, etc.).
  4. Select the value you want to filter by and if you want to filter employees containing or not containing the attribute value you are filtering by.
  5. Click Update.


For example, if you only want to import employees that have Munich as their office / work location, you would add a member rule: Work Location > Containing > Munich.


What are the costs?

Detailed pricing information can be found here.


Who do I contact at Wellbeing Warrior?

For any questions, concerns or support, you can contact Wellbeing Warrior's support team at support@wellbeing-warrior.com.




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