Employees value wellness programs, but few participate in them. Understanding why they don’t participate can offer valuable insight for employers and benefit advisers hoping to increase engagement.

Seventy percent of employees say wellness is valuable, but just 9% take full advantage of the programs offered by their company, according to new research from GuideSpark, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based HR software company.

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