New research finds companies continue to leverage and expand well-being programs to create healthier and more productive workforces. It also finds financial incentives play a key role in the success of well-being programs.
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One of the benefits full-time employees take as a given is health insurance. But, as premiums continue to rise disproportionate to other costs, companies increasingly have difficulty covering the expense.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we took a look at survey results that suggest employers should take more steps to personalize their wellness programs. Today we reveal more results, including how wellness also extends into the realm of personal finance.
Most employers (and employees) think of wellness as primarily relating to physical health. But as a new survey reveals, employers are expanding wellness programs beyond just the physical aspects to improve employees’ emotions, finances, and “resiliency.”