Perceptions of personal and community health and well-being have shifted dramatically since World Health Day 2020. For one thing, people are more aware of their personal health and the impact their decisions have on the broader community. And the options available for addressing health needs have transformed, possibly permanently.
This shift has necessitated a change in the way employers think about health and well-being benefits. To keep up with the evolving reality, employers must consider what their employees want, what they need, and how to most effectively and efficiently deliver benefits that make sense for this new era. Here are a few considerations to help employers create benefits that serve their full employee population this year and into the future.