How Well-Being Programs are Failing Women and Millennials

Press Release from WebMD Health Services

Register Today: February 20, 2020 ⋅ 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT

Working women caring for children experience loneliness, isolation and stress at far greater rates than others and are looking to their employers to help them better manage these issues, according to the 2020 WebMD Health Services Employee Wellness Report.

To understand the state of employee well-being we conducted a survey of 2,000 adults working full time in the U.S. for large organizations and compared aspects of well-being including physical, emotional, financial, social, vocational and environmental health by gender and generation.

Join us as we unpack the outcomes of the survey and share some insights that you won’t want to miss.

Attendees will gain insight into:

•  How Women and Millennials are impacted by stress more than others.

•  The types of well-being programs your employees are more likely to join.

•  What your employees think about your stress management well-being program (or lack thereof).

•  What your employees are most concerned about when it comes to finances.



Christine Muldoon , VP, Marketing and Strategy

WebMD Health Services


Alex Nguyen, VP, Product and Solutions

WebMD Health Services

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