pink piggy bank with heavy rock on top Underemployed workers—those who have been laid off or experienced reduced hours—report lower overall emotional, physical, and financial health compared to full-time workers.(Photo: Shutterstock)

A new study from Guardian Life Insurance Company suggested that employers have some work to do in improving the overall health and well-being of their employees. The study, “Mind, Body, and Wallet,” is the 10th annual report on workplace benefits by the insurance company.

A number of recent studies have found a new emphasis on well-being by both employers and employees, but the findings of the Guardian study suggested that there’s a disconnect between the job employers think they’re doing in addressing the topic and the results that employees see.

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