Fitness items Although employers are concerned about the wellbeing of their workforce and are willing to invest in their health, they perceive different challenges than workers self-report. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employer wellness offerings are not always aligned with employee health needs, according to the 2021 Workplace Wellness Action Index commissioned by MOBE.

“After a year of radical adaptation, we are moving toward establishing a new workplace equilibrium, and employers must balance changing work models with the needs of employees in this new reality,” said Chris Cronin, CEO of MOBE. “Today, we are seeing a gap between what employers believe their people need, what they are providing and what their team is actually using.

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