According to a recent survey, more than two-third of businesses plan to expand their wellness initiatives sometime in the next 3-5 years. Specifically, they expect to add programs that focus on areas beyond physical well-being, including financial, emotional, and social health. This sounds promising; however, only 16% of employees strongly agreed that they know where to find all of the health and wellness resources and services available to them. Elsewhere, a vast majority said that their company offers a “one-size-fits-all” program that doesn’t necessary meet their personal needs and interests. However, the good news is that 80% of employees said that they would participate more if programs were personalized. By using artificial intelligence and employee data, employers can customize well-being offerings for individual workers and boost engagement. Read the full article.