Top Trends in Employee Wellness

December 12, 2022
3 min
Daniel Bolus

As an ever growing number of companies focus on the well-being of their employees, several trends have emerged in the realm of employee wellness. Here are some of the top trends that are shaping the way companies approach employee wellness:

  • A shift towards preventative care: Rather than waiting for when employees become sick or injured, companies are now focusing on preventative care to keep their employees healthy and productive. This can include offering on-site health screenings and immunizations as well as providing resources and support for employees to maintain healthy lifestyles.
  • The rise of mental health support: Mental health is being increasingly recognized as an important aspect of overall well-being. As a result, companies on the leading edge are now providing mental health support services, such as counseling and therapy (either remotely or at clinics), to help employees manage stress and achieve balanced mental hygiene.
  • A focus on work-life balance: In today's fast-paced world, it's easy for employees to become overworked and burnt out. To address this, companies are focusing on promoting work-life balance by offering flexible work schedules, remote or hybrid work options, and other initiatives to help employees maintain healthy boundaries when it comes to work and their personal lives.
  • The use of technology: Technology is playing an increasingly important role in the realm of employee wellness. From fitness apps to online therapy, technology is making it easier for employees to access the care and support they to stay healthy.
  • The integration of wellness into company culture: Companies are increasing their focus on wellness by incorporating it into their company culture, recognizing that it's not just about offering individual wellness services, but creating an overall work environment that supports and encourages healthy habits. This can include things like healthy snack options in the break room, standing desks, unplug rooms, and other workplace elements and rituals that make it easier for employees to prioritize their well-being.

Overall, the trend towards employee wellness is a positive one, as it recognizes the importance of taking care of the physical, mental health, and emotional needs of employees. By offering preventative care, mental health support, and promoting work-life balance, companies can help their employees stay healthy and productive, ultimately benefiting both employees and the company in the long run.

Written by
Daniel Bolus
CEO, ClubHealth

Daniel is on a mission to change how people access health and wellness for the better. He's a community builder with a knack for bringing people and companies together.