Computer tablet with job search site opened up In addition to pay, job-hunting employees are seeking better benefits in general, better health care benefits specifically and work/life balance. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As millions of U.S. employees voluntarily resign and employers desperately scramble to find workers, a new survey suggests employee health strategy might be critical not only to keeping employees well but also keeping them at work. The "2022 Health at Work" report, released by Quest Diagnostics, addresses such hot-button topics as the changing world of work, employee health, and COVID-19.

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