Put simply, companies are shifting toward a “whole-person well-being” approach in their health and wellness programs.
Whole-person well-being focuses on areas of health that might have been traditionally overlooked. Rather than waiting for a health event to occur, such as the development of diabetes, individuals participating in a whole-person well-being program now have the resources to stay healthy and prevent the onset of a chronic condition, as well as better manage their chronic condition if already diagnosed.
Employers also see a benefit with the move to whole-person well-being through increased productivity, lower turnover rates, and less company spend on health insurance costs.
Download our latest report, “Redefining Well-Being in the Workplace,” to find out why companies are changing their health and wellness programs to focus on whole-person well-being and how your company can benefit.