Equity barriers in workplace wellness programs are keenly being recognized. Is your organization supporting employees’ unique, evolving well-being needs
People spend about 90,000 hours—a third of their lives—at work. According to a 2022 “State of the Workplace” report from Gallup, only 21% of employees are engaged at work and only 33% of employees are thriving in their overall well-being. Employers must evolve their workplace well-being programs beyond biometric health screenings and physical health and take a whole-person approach that values human design and prioritizes diversity, equity, inclusion, and employee and leadership empowerment.
This executive summary examines:
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