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Millennial Health and Wellness Perceptions

How employers and health plans can increase millennial engagement in well-being programs.

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Millennials in the workforce are more likely than other generations to use tools that help encourage healthy behaviors, such as well-being programs. As the largest percentage of people in the workforce, it’s critical for employers and health plans to ensure their programs target the unique needs, expectations, and desires of the millennial generation.

We commissioned Blue Research® to conduct an independent study to compare the health and wellness attitudes and behaviors of millennials, Gen Xers, and baby boomers. The findings indicate that millennials’ health and wellness expectations differ significantly from their older counterparts.

This whitepaper dives into the reasons why focusing on the millennial population is so important for well-being programs to succeed. It also provides tips on how companies can increase engagement and value on investment.

Download the whitepaper to learn:

What makes millennials in the workforce unique from other generations.

How to increase engagement between millennials and wellness programs.

The types of incentives that motivate millennials to participate in wellness activities.

The value of a trusted brand in reaching and engaging this audience.

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