Polls

Workplace Options conducts national polls to determine and track emerging trends that impact working individuals and their families.

From employee satisfaction and retention to workplace stress and financial concerns, Workplace Options’ polls provide insight into the challenges today’s employees face and the business benefits of helping employees maintain work-life balance.


Workplace Options Partners with ImpactAfya to Improve Employee Wellness across Tanzania

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  Mar 14, 2017

The 5-Year Comprehensive Workplace Wellness Program officially kicks off on March 14 Raleigh, N.C. (March 14, 2017) – Workplace Options, the world’s leading provider of integrated employee well-being solutions, is proud to officially partner with ImpactAfya in support of the 5-Year Comprehensive Workplace Wellness Program, which launches today. The 5-Year Comprehensive Workplace Wellness Program is… View Article

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More Than Half of U.S. Employees Say Their Employer Provides No Wellness Benefits

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  Dec 01, 2016

 55 percent of working Americans say their employers do not offer support, assistance or benefits designed to help them improve physical health or wellness.    Raleigh, N.C. (December 1, 2016) – In an age where employee wellness programs seem almost ubiquitous in human resources circles, a new poll shows that most working Americans have a… View Article

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Workplace Options Announces Hiring Sprint, Intentions to Expand Footprint in Raleigh

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  Nov 11, 2016

Global provider of employee well-being services is strengthening its global headquarters in the Triangle ahead of new business surge   Raleigh, N.C. (November 11, 2016) – Workplace Options, the world’s leading provider of integrated employee well-being services, announced today that it will be hiring nearly 50 new staff members at its Raleigh headquarters by the… View Article

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Financial Stress On the Rise among American Workers

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  Apr 06, 2016

The overwhelming majority of respondents, 69 percent, said their financial situation is on their mind multiple times per week, with 44 percent saying it’s daily cause for concern.

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