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The study recommends that employers don’t just distribute employee handbooks and send emails about their well-being benefits – they need to get much more creative and interactive. (Photo: Shutterstock)

While a majority of employers say their culture focuses on improving overall well-being, too many of their workers aren’t aware of all of the organization’s benefits to help them – or they’re just not motivated enough to do anything about it, according to LifeWorks’ report, “Are we doing enough for employees? A look at wellness benefits.”

Katie Kuehner-Hebert

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