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WellRight Announced a New Study: What Millennials and Baby Boomers Really Want from Wellness Programs

By HR Tech Outlook | Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Tad Mitchell, President & CEO

WellRight analyzed their collected data from 12,000 WellRight wellness program users to gain insights about the generational use of wellness programs. Organizations, eager to support their employees' journey to well being, are using WellRight's software platform that can be customized according to the needs of individuals and organizations

Chicago, IL: WellRight, a Chicago-based company leading in promoting corporate wellness through their platform and programs, announced a new study based on what millennials and baby boomers want to receive from wellness programs.

The company analyzed their collected data from 12,000 WellRight wellness program users to gain insights about the generational use of wellness programs. The results of their study are available in their white paper. Their users represent four generations: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. Most of the companies have employees from these four generations working under one roof. Their study can be useful for companies to design wellness programs tailored to multigenerational workplaces.

Organizations, eager to support their employees' journey to well being, are using WellRight's software platform that can be customized according to the needs of individuals and organizations. WellRight offers need-based designs to its users.

"Most companies, especially larger ones, have a wide range of generational representation in their workforce. To get the best possible ROI from your wellness program, it's important to fully understand your employees' wellness needs and interests. Our data will be a valuable resource to these companies, helping them design their wellness programming for maximum effectiveness," said Tad Mitchell, president and CEO of WellRight.

WellRight's wellness program provides remedies in the six key dimensions of health: emotional, physical, financial, occupational, social, and purpose. Their programs are accessible through the WellRight online portal, smartphone apps (both Android and iOS), or text messaging, with integrations available for most wearables, fitness apps, and other wellness vendors.

WellRight has been featured as one of the Top 10 Employee Engagement Solution Providers – 2020 by the HR Tech Outlook Magazine.

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