Stacked shapes Employee wellness and behavior-change programs cannot be one-size-fits-all. (Image: Adobe Stock)

The factors that affect employee satisfaction have shifted seismically over the past year and a half, one of the most important being the health and wellbeing of employees. While benefits programs have always been a key part of employee retention and recruitment, employees today have been taking a more discerning look at what their current and prospective employers can offer them, particularly when it comes to health and wellness. Many employees have been looking beyond the fun “perks” like ping-pong and sparkling water; they want to know how their workplaces are investing in their health. So how can a benefits broker help workplaces meet their goals?

Clark Lagemann is co-CEO of Avidon Health, leading a team of behavior change experts who are passionate about providing health strategies that empower people to make positive life changes.

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