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Younger employees are expecting more diversified and non-traditional well-being program offerings that are relevant to their needs while reflecting their unique generational perspectives.

We now have four generations in the workforce at the same time, each with very different perspectives on the world, their futures, their relationship to their employers and the role of work in their lives.

While it has always made sense that we cannot deliver universal “one size fits all” workplace well-being programs to an age-diverse employee population, it is particularly relevant in 2021, as employees emerge from the challenges of living and working in a pandemic.

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