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Organizations’ health and wellness offerings have expanded beyond traditional programs that focus primarily on physical health. Integrated well-being programs now include mental and emotional health, financial health, work/life effectiveness and stress reduction, according to WorldatWork's 2012 survey report
Total Rewards and Employee Well-Being.
The survey was conducted Oct. 19-Nov. 4, 2011, among members of WorldatWork, primarily compensation and benefits professionals at mostly large U.S. companies. Below are the top offerings by employers in various areas impacting well-being.
Outreach to Family Members
Among other findings, less than one in three employers offered coverage in well-being programs to employee spouses or immediate family members.
“Organizations ought to consider a more-rounded and integrated approach to their well-being programs,” said Rose Stanley, a WorldatWork work/life practice leader. “One idea is to open up some of these programs, such as financial counseling or diet and nutrition, to the extended family. This could potentially provide the support needed to change behavior.”
a video on the survey findings.
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