2023 Global Survey: Workplace Health and Wellbeing Priorities

HR and Benefits Leaders say the ROI of their wellbeing initiatives is clear.


Organizations around the globe are dealing with several challenges, such as financial difficulties, increased costs, and staffing issues leading to lower productivity.

We surveyed 600 HR and Benefits Leaders about their employee health and wellbeing experiences and plans for 2024.

The survey results show the undeniable need for workplace health and wellbeing. HR and Benefits Leaders confirmed that the ROI of their wellbeing initiatives is evident, participation is growing, and programs help address their top challenges: workplace culture and mental health despite the unstable business environment.

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About this survey

Virgin Pulse partnered with an independent research firm, YouGov, to gather insights for this report. The Virgin Pulse global survey was conducted in May 2023 and includes HR business partners/senior managers and higher at organizations with over 1,000 employees. The 600 respondents cover geographies including: U.S., UK, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. 


Bonus Content:

*You'll also receive complimentary access to overcoming budget barriers, leadership guide to making a case for HR initiatives, and on-demand replay, Navigating for the Future, with Virgin Pulse CEO Chris Michalak


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Download this report if you spend at least a quarter of your time in any of these areas:
Human Resources ⋅ Employee Wellbeing ⋅ Benefits ⋅ HR and Benefits Communications ⋅ Corporate Culture ⋅ Health Outcomes ⋅ Employee Experience and Engagement ⋅ Workplace Wellness ⋅ Mental Health and Stress Reduction ⋅ Reducing Costs ⋅ Wellbeing ROI ⋅ 2024 HR Strategy ⋅ Positive Employee Behaviors 

2023 Workplace Health and Wellbeing Results


of survey respondents say they can clearly see an ROI of their health and wellbeing program


of survey respondents ranked positive employee behaviors as top outcome of their health and wellbeing programs


use social media to raise awareness of health and wellbeing programs across their population, second only to email

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