NEW YORK (Reuters) – During the past year, there is a good chance that you and your priorities changed significantly.
The things you used to think were important are not so important anymore. And issues you did not even think about before are suddenly very critical indeed.
Those reshuffled priorities are not just showing up in our homes and family life. They are being reflected in the workplace as companies respond with a new menu of employee benefits and rewards.
According to a recent survey from consultants Willis Towers Watson, 47% of employers report enhancing healthcare benefits, 45% are boosting well-being programs, and 33% are tweaking paid time off and vacation days.
“Wellness is the top priority that organizations are addressing right now,” says Regina Ihrke, senior director and wellbeing leader for Willis Towers Watson. “Companies had already been starting to go that way, but now that priority has been