Rising health care costs and concerns for employees financial wellness and retirement preparedness are nudging employers to re-evaluate their benefit offerings.
Wellness programs have jumped notably since 2011, when 60% of employers said they offered some type of wellness programs, according to the Society for Human Resource Managements 2015 Employee Benefits Survey. In 2015, 70% of employers said they offer wellness programs, up from 62% last year.
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