If benefits managers really want to see workplace wellness thrive, they may want to start encouraging workplace flexibility more, says one industry expert.

“We’re not making the link — it’s siloed,” says Cali Yost, CEO of Flex+Strategy Group/Work+Life Fit, Inc. “Wellness is in one bucket; flexibility is in another. They are siloed and that’s what needs to change.”

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