A new survey displays mixed results for corporate wellness initiatives.

Wellness programs–the increasingly ubiquitous attempts to help workers lose weight, adopt healthier lifestyles, and manage their finances–have not yielded measurable benefits in many cases.

The survey from Towers Watson, a global professional services company, was conducted between May and July and involved 1,669 employers around the world, including 487 in the U.S.

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