The survey finds 63 percent of employees are not willing to spend at least an hour a day on health-related activities such as exercise, researching healthy food or recipes or engaging in wellness coaching. (Photo: Shutterstock)

More employers are offering them and more employees are interested in them. Wellness programs are becoming ever more widespread, and employers are looking at more than dollar signs, considering factors other than return on investment as they evaluate the results.

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