Although employee “well-being” programs remain highly popular, few employers actually have a strategy behind them.

The key to success with such programs is looking at their constituent elements with the goal of integrating them into a coherent effort, according to WorldatWork’s 2015 Total Rewards and Employee Well-Being Practices research. “By viewing well-being in an integrated way,” the report’s authors stated, “organizations may have a better understanding of what these programs and initiatives can do in creating an atmosphere for employees at work and beyond.”

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