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5 stories on the rise of wellness benefits

June 20, 2024

Via: HR Dive

With burnout chronically high — nearly 45% of workers responding to a recent Eagle Hill survey reported experiencing the condition — and engagement declining, HR professionals have increasingly been looking for nontraditional benefits to add to their total rewards.

After remote and hybrid work arrangements, employers responding to HR Dive’s 2024 Identity of HR survey said mental health benefits were a top nontraditional strategy. The push likely aligns with workers’ stagnating or declining levels of well-being, according to findings from The Conference Board’s Next Frontier for Employee Well-being report. It’s also likely spurred by workers saying they expect such investment.

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