Company wellness programs are changing suggests a new survey by the National Business Group on Health and Fidelity.

Employers are increasingly focusing on a broader concept of employee well-being, including financial and emotional wellness, as opposed to narrower efforts focused on getting workers to lose weight and lower their health costs.

The survey of 129 employers was too small to draw major conclusions on a number of the issues that it covered, but for some topics, the response from employers was significantly different than in previous years.

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