Report: Redefining Well-Being in the Workplace

Report: Redefining Well-Being in the Workplace
Changing U.S. opinion about what constitutes adequate health and healthcare has resulted in a change in the workplace. Instead of focusing on reactive medical services, employers and employees alike are increasingly seeking care that focuses on the holistic self, prioritizing emotional, financial, and mental health alongside physical health.

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.

 

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