As more industries and employersplace greater emphasis on worker well-being, finding creative waysto engage employees is key.

It's no secret: Engaging employees in corporate well-being programs can bechallenging.

In fact, according to research from HealthFitness, nearly 60 percent of eligibleemployees don't participate in their corporate well-being program.Many cite corporate culture as a barrier. Others point toa lack of information. And yet others say a personalized approach is the key to gettingthem more involved, including access to live experts.

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