Report: Low participation rates and limited resources are top barriers to wellness success

Companies are increasingly prioritizing worker well-being—but a scattergun, impersonal approach is thwarting programs from thriving.

By Robby Brumberg      @robbybrumberg      

Over the last year, workers around the world have been struggling with mental health issues—particularly burnout and isolation. As employers prepare for a post-COVID-19 world, a more holistic view of worker well-being is key to helping employees at all levels manage stress and remain engaged. A new report from The Conference Board, Holistic Well-Being @Work, examines what organizations are doing to implement more comprehensive well-being initiatives and offers recommendations for building healthier, resilient work environments.

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