Most corporate well-being programs fail to incorporate offerings that target the unique needs of remote workers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

When it comes to workplace well-being programs, the options are nearly endless — from the types of programs offered to the format and structure , down to the technology used and the rewards and incentives given (if any). Every employee’s needs and preferences are different, but some commonalities do exist among their desires for their well-being experience at work.

More than a shiny toy or technology, employees want personal connection and personalization to be part of their well-being experience. Perhaps not surprisingly, the majority of today’s workforce wants both structure and guidance — think live coaching, tailored offerings and shared experiences with colleagues — as well as the freedom and flexibility to pursue their health goals in a way that makes sense for their work schedules and lifestyles.

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