Although employees perceive that the health and wellness support they receive through their employers has improved over the last three years — there is still room to grow. (Photo: AP)

While many employers have drawn a clear path of engaging employees in building and maintaining their health and well-being, others find it challenging to motivate their workforce. In fact, research shows that only one-third of employees recognize their employer’s efforts and credit their employer to lead healthier lifestyles.

According to the 2015/2016 Willis Towers Watson [email protected] Survey, while employees ranked leadership support as one of the top ingredients for a healthy workplace culture, just more than half (51 percent) say their senior leaders are visible champions of the organization’s health and well-being strategy.

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