The timing will be right in 2022 for health and wellness programming to leverage improved approaches to data analytics. (Image: Stock)

Crystal balls are not always accurate, as businesses learned when the pandemic hit a few months into 2020. Nevertheless, it helps to look ahead to the trends that are likely to shape the coming year.

“It is hard to predict what will happen in the next phases of the pandemic, as it is very much related to our collective drive to move forward with vaccinations and other health measures that are evidence-based and very effective,” according to a new report from MediKeeper. “It is, however, a little easier to predict what is happening now and will continue to happen in 2022 from an employee health and wellness trend perspective. Understanding these trends can help organizations better plan for 2022 and beyond, and help best support their people to be engaged and thrive in a positive culture.”

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