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LAS VEGAS—Don’t even think about considering wellness programs as just a flash in the pan. New research from the Society for Human Resource Management finds that wellness programs are continuing to grow in prevalence in workplaces around the country.

The organization’s annual survey, released Monday during SHRM’s annual conference in Las Vegas, found a significant jump from 2014 to 2015 in several different wellness benefits including health and lifestyle coaching, smoking cessation programs, and premium discounts for getting an annual risk assessment. The most prevalent wellness benefits offered are wellness resources and information (80 percent of respondents) and wellness programs (70 percent).

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