What’s working well for global wellbeing?

November 8, 2016 conduentblogs

While organizations continue to strive for a culture of wellbeing around the globe, the definition of wellbeing — and employers’ approaches — continue to evolve and expand. This is what participants told us in our latest survey, Working Well: A Global Survey of Workforce Wellbeing Strategies.

Expanding our focus from health wellness to total wellbeing (including financial), our 2016 global survey found a significant shift in employers’ top objectives for wellbeing programs, tying them to improved performance and productivity. While just 33% report a strong culture of wellbeing today, 83% aspire to it in the future.

The infographic below highlights some of the more relevant results of our survey. But for an in-depth look at what’s working in these programs, join us this Thursday morning, November 10 at 11:00 a.m. CT, for an interactive webinar. We will explore both traditional and emerging strategies, the challenges in measuring the success of these, and respondents’ insights on barriers and key enablers, as well as:

  • The latest trends in wellbeing programs across the globe
  • Actions employers are taking to overcome negative effects of poor wellbeing
  • Barriers employers face and progress in quantifying ROI
  • How employers can move forward in enhancing wellbeing program efforts

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