Younger workers see more valuein workplace programs–43 percent think they inspire innovation and74 percent feel they improve business outcomes. (Photo:Shutterstock)

Employers might think their workplace programs—such niceties ashealth and wellness, events, rewards and recognition, reimbursement andemployee resource groups—are a good way to build employeeengagement and company culture, and that's true… for some oftheir employees.

According to a survey from Espresa, executives aged 55 and older aren'tenamored with workplace programs. In fact, they're the leastlikely to indicate they would like to see company events offered in the future (just 6percent, compared with 21 percent overall).

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.