The WorldatWork 2012 survey report on Total Rewards and Employee Well-Being indicates that, among prevalent well-being program categories, the top elements employers support are:
- Stress-related: EAP resource and referral – 80%;
- Workplace environment: Safety – 73%;
- Health-related: Immunizations – 73%;
- Work-life balance: Vacation time use encouraged – 66%; and
- Financial health: Retirement education – 57%.
A majority of surveyed employers (96%) offer employer-sponsored healthcare, and 94% offer well-being programs. A majority (77%) expect to increase the number of well-being programs and activities offered.
A majority report that well-being programs have a measurable positive impact on employee engagement (87%), employee satisfaction (84%) and productivity (76%).
Across all well-being programs, the majority of employers neither offer incentives for participation nor penalize for non-participation.
Less than one-in-three employers offer coverage in well-being programs to the employee’s spouse or immediate family members.The complete report is available at http://www.worldatwork.org/waw/adimLink?id=59455.
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