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Large employers are turning their attention to employees’ financial, behavioral and social health. Photo: Getty Images

Health programs aren’t just about illnesses and injuries any more, as large employers increasingly turn their attention to employees’ financial, behavioral and social health. 

That’s according to a study from health services company Optum, which says that large employers are expanding the reach of workplace health programs and including other aspects of wellness. The eighth annual study finds that while physical health is still a major focus of employee wellness programs, it’s by no means the only one, as other aspects of employee well-being are increasingly on large employers’ radar screens. 

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