When we have asked what employees value most in their employer’swell-being program, the top responses are always stronglylinked to company culture and support from leadership toparticipate.

Our most recent findings have further confirmed employees arepersuaded by genuineness in a workplace culture that fully embraceswell-being and finds ways to make it easier tobuild healthy habits both at work and at home.

In fact, among the employees who do not currently participate intheir employers’ well-being offerings, more than half choose not todue to at least one culture-related barrier, including lack of timeto participate, inconvenience, and no perceived employersupport.

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