Welltok’s Wellbeing Wake-Up Report Exposes Where Employers Are Missing the Mark and Confirms Total Wellbeing is a Top Priority
DENVER, February 12, 2019 – Employees across the nation have rung the alarm – fitness challenges and one-size-fits-all wellbeing programs are not what they want or need. Today Welltok, the leading consumer health SaaS company, released the new Wellbeing Wake-Up Report that reveals employees are seeking personalized and easy to access support for all aspects of health.
Welltok, which works with many large employers, conducted a nationwide survey of 1,000 full time employees with the independent market research firm, Ipsos, to gather primary data on their expectations for corporate wellbeing programs and ways to drive engagement. Key findings of the newly released survey include:
“These findings validate what we are seeing industry-wide. Today’s employees are placing a premium on simplicity, convenience, and personalization,” said Brian Marcotte, CEO and president of the National Business Group on Health. “To meet these demands and truly move the needle on increasing the health and productivity of their workforce, we are seeing more employers move to a more holistic wellbeing platform.”
“Understanding what employees across the country want is an important first step, but being able to predict which programs individual employees will be most receptive to and will drive the greatest impact is what takes corporate wellbeing programs to the next level,” said Scott Rotermund, Welltok’s co-founder and chief growth officer. “Welltok’s Total Wellbeing Solution leverages advanced analytics and machine learning to help employers across the nation improve the accessibility and relevance of programs for employees and dependents, eliminating the guesswork all around.”
To download the full report and learn more about Welltok’s Total Wellbeing Solution, visit: https://info.welltok.com/employee-survey
February 12, 2019
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