​Workplace Wellness Trends 2017

​Employers are trading ROI numbers for the prevalence of worker health and well-being when it comes to workplace wellness programs. Continued increases in productivity and decreases in absenteeism strengthen the case for workplace wellness programs, according to findings from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans Workplace Wellness 2017 Survey Report.

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​Media can request a copy of the report from annek@ifebp.org.

More than nine in ten organizations off at least one wellness initiative. 


 on average, organizations have had their programs in place for 7.6 years.

75% offer wellness initiatives. 25% aim to reduce healt-related costs. 


63% have budgets for wellness. 51% expect budgets to increase over 2 years. 11% expect to start a budget in next 2 years. 


Screening and treatment initiatives offered



66 percent offer smoke free worksite policy 




59 percent offer health screenings.