Employees are ready to engage in workplace wellness initiatives. But they need a range of engagement options that goes beyond the one-size-fits-all approach often taken by wellness plans. And they are far more likely to try a new activity and continue with it if they can sample it for free.

This message came through loud and clear in a survey by Corporate Wellness 365, which offers incentive products and partnerships designed to foster workplace wellness.

"The results of this new survey provide fresh evidence that employers need to offer a broader range of fitness/wellness activities," said Claudia Rimerman, senior vice president of Corporate Wellness 365. "And the data clearly shows that when people try a variety of wellness activities, the vast majority reports they're motivated to try more."

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