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Wellness is a Watchword Organizations will seek to support worker well-being and health in the wake of the pandemic • In a recent WTW survey, 86 percent of employers said that focusing on employee mental health, stress and burnout is a priority. • In 2022, organizations will adopt employee well-being programs that address the full range of employee health—from physical and mental health to areas such as financial health—to help boost employee engagement, performance and retention. • Many companies expanded the wellness support they provided to their employees during the COVID pandemic. • A 2020 Gartner survey of HR executives found that: • 94% of companies made significant investments in their well-being programs • 85% increased support for mental health benefits • 50% increased support for physical well-being • 38% increased support for financial well-being • Employees who utilized these benefits reported 23% higher levels of mental health, 17% higher levels of physical health, and are 23% more likely to say they sleep well at night. • These improvements in personal outcomes translate to higher levels of performance and retention. Sources:

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