For more and more employers, wellness programs are become more than a means to reduce healthcare costs. Instead, they’re being viewed as a way to attract better talent, retain it and increase productivity.
Improving employee productivity is now one of the top three reasons for offering health and wellness programs, according to a study from Optum.
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