Companies that aren’t focusing on employee health and wellness should make it a New Year’s resolution. In a recent survey from staffing firm OfficeTeam, two-thirds of HR managers (66%) reported their organization has expanded their health and wellness offerings in the past 5 years. And these efforts haven’t gone unnoticed: 89% of workers said their company is supportive of their wellness goals.
“Since professionals spend so much of their time at work, health and wellness programs aren’t just a nice to have—they are becoming a key factor in employee job satisfaction and well-being,” said Brandi Britton, a district president for OfficeTeam—in a press release. “Not offering these benefits can put a company at a disadvantage when it comes to staff recruitment and retention.”
More key findings from the survey, are highlighted in the infographic below.