Onsite Health Access Improves Employee Satisfaction With Wellness Programs

Just implementing a health and wellness program at your workplace does not guarantee its efficacy. A survey by Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking and solutions company, found that only a third of employees believe these programs have helped them live healthier lives.

However, workplaces with onsite or near-site health services scored higher on employee satisfaction and participation rates.

Employees who had access to health services at work – such as clinics, health screenings, exercise facilities, nutrition counseling and child care – perceived their work environment to be healthier and their employer more active in promoting health and wellness.

Read the full survey here.