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An Individualized, Whole-Person Approach Drives Engagement and Boosts Outcomes

Many well-being programs offered by large employers do not produce positive health outcomes for the employees who need them the most, with less than 7% of employees using these programs.1

These programs tend to appeal to healthy people and can alienate others who require more support on their health journey.

Start with data. Using data science in evaluating well-being programs can help identify and support employees who require additional assistance for better outcomes. We have found that a small portion of the population is responsible for one third of all health care costs, and often manages multiple chronic conditions.

End with outcomes. By identifying and engaging the employees who would benefit most from a comprehensive approach encompassing sleep, mental health, movement, and nutrition, employers can help improve health and reduce health care costs.

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Download: 2021 Workplace Wellness Action Index

Employer perceptions aren’t always aligned with employee health needs. In this report, you’ll read about today’s biggest health-related challenges employees are facing, and how employers are planning to support them in the year ahead.

Download: Addressing Health Equity Through the Application of SDoH Data

MOBE and Unite Us partnered to bring greater awareness around SDoH data and gain a deeper understanding of the impact of SDoH risk factors on participants’ lives and health. This paper reveals the results.

Reaching employees who need the most wellness support.

As workplace reports of the Great Resignation and “quiet quitting” escalate, employers are re-examining ways to support employees’ changing physical, mental and family support needs, as well as to help protect their health and well-being.