New Research Shows Wellness and Well-Being Programs are Underused

Many organizations offer wellness and well-being programs to retain and engage employees. New research shows that 7 out of 10 organizations offer these programs. That research, conducted by Brandon Hall Group, looks at how they are used.

Yet, despite availability of the benefit, Brandon Hall Group’s 2018 Wellness and Well-Being Study finds that less than 40% of organizations have more than half of their employees participating in the program.

Measuring Effectiveness

The research also raises the question of how organizations are benefiting from their wellness and well-being programs. It finds 71% don’t know the average per-employee cost reduction attributable to the wellness/well-being program, and 82% don’t know the average return on each dollar spent on wellness/well-being.

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