Top 10 Findings from the Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-being Survey

This report reveals how well-being has changed in the past year – and what’s to come in 2023.


March 25, 2022

The 2022 survey of 163 large employers focused on how well-being has changed over the last year and how companies can support a return-to-worksite strategy.

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Check out our 14th Annual Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-being Survey, released in May 2023.

Well-being at the workplace has long been a priority for employers and has supported efforts to engage, attract and retain employees. During the COVID-19 pandemic, well-being’s importance was that much more elevated to meet the growing needs of employees and their families – for both on-site workers and those working from home.

Now, however, the pandemic is waning, and the workplace is undergoing yet another transition. Employers are recalibrating their well-being efforts to align with the “new” way of working, while keeping an eye on the future state of workforce well-being.

Top 10 Findings from the Employer-Sponored Health and Well-being Survey

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