The majority of U.S. employees (61%) do not believe their employers’ well-being initiatives meet their needs. Concurrent Willis Towers Watson research finds a dramatic increase among employers seeking to differentiate their health and well-being programs for competitive advantage.
Nearly three-quarters (72%) of U.S. employers aim to improve their health and well-being strategies and programs over the next three years to differentiate themselves from organizations with which they compete for talent. This is up from the 18% that say they do so now, according to the 22nd annual Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey by global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW).
However, they have work to do: Findings of this employer survey and a concurrent employee survey reveal a sizable disconnect between employers and employees on the effectiveness of their current programs.
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