2020 Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-being Survey: Executive Summary

This survey sought to answer large employers’ burning questions about well-being programs – from today’s current design and trends, to the future outlook of employer investments.

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May 22, 2020

The survey focused on areas such as, defining well-being, types of well-being programs being offered, staffing, budget and incentives for well-being, well-being communications strategy, future of health improvement investment, and global well-being strategy for multinationals.

The findings of the 11th Annual Business Group on Health / Fidelity Investments Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-being Survey sought to answer large employers’ burning questions about well-being programs – from today’s current design and trends, to the future outlook of employer investments. The responses to the following six frequently asked questions are based on the approaches of 152 large employers:

#1 Which dimensions of well-being are included in large employers’ benefit offerings?

#2 Are employers still incentivizing well-being programs? If so, how?

#3 How much funding do employers allocate to well-being?

#4 How are employers communicating to employees about well-being? What works best?

#5 What does global well-being look like for large employers?

#6 What does the future hold for employer well-being programs?

Download the executive summary below to find the answers to the questions.

Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-being Survey: Executive Summary

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