Embracing a Broader Definition of Well-being: Latest Findings from the NBGH/Fidelity Survey

Employers continue to expand their focus from improving employees’ physical health to deploying integrated well-being strategies, with expanded programs now being the norm. Leading employers understand that productive employees are ones who have a broader sense of overall well-being.

The National Business Group on Health and Fidelity Investments Benefits Consulting surveyed large employers at the end of 2016 to understand the types of well-being programs they offer as well as how they use incentives – financial and non-financial – to engage employees in various aspects of well-being.

The webinar will focus on results from this year’s survey, including:

  • What areas of well-being employers are focusing on and the types of programs they offer;
  • Use of incentives to engage employees and spouses/domestic partners;
  • Whether employers connect the success of their well-being strategy to business performance; and
  • The future of both incentives and well-being programs as a whole.



Brenna Shebel, Director, National Business Group on Health
Craig Lykens, Assistant Manager, National Business Group on Health
Dannielle Sherrets, Director, National Business Group on Health
Robert Kennedy, Health & Welfare Practice Leader, Fidelity Investments Benefits Consulting
Catherine Wysoczanski, Consultant, Fidelity Investments Benefits Consulting


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David Washington
P: 2025583007

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