Group of people Workers who regard their employee experience in a positive light are much more likely to regard well-being as important compared with those who aren’t positive about their employee experience. (Image: Shutterstock)

Workers don’t have a good feeling about their own well-being—although they do regard employer support as a positive.

That’s according to the Health and Financial Wellbeing Mindset study from the National Business Group on Health, Alight Solutions and Kantar Consulting, which also finds that although 62 percent of workers feel negative about their well-being, they definitely want well-being programs at work, with 70 percent saying that’s why they stay where they are and 80 percent categorizing them as a good business investment.

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Marlene Satter

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

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