Well-being for the public sector

Nearly two-thirds of public sector employees are disengaged at work.1 But public sector organizations can engage them in their health and their jobs with a comprehensive well-being program. Considering that more than 90% of Americans have at least one modifiable lifestyle risk and health care costs rise every year,2 a well-being program that supports employees' unique needs while delivering measurable results is key to healthy communities for all. 

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References

1 Lavigna R. Employee engagement low, especially in government. Association for Talent Development Web site. https://www.td.org/insights/employee-engagement-low-especially-in-government. Published October 19, 2017. Accessed March 3, 2020.


2 Miller S. Managing high-cost claimants is employers’ top health savings strategy. SHRM. July 26, 2018. https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/benefits/pages/managing-high-cost-claimants.aspx. Accessed May 14, 2019.