2021 Workplace Wellness Benchmark Report

A comprehensive analysis of the state of wellness and wellbeing indicators among today’s workforce.

 

About the MediKeeper Workplace Wellness Benchmark Report
The inaugural MediKeeper Workplace Wellness Benchmark Report is based on anonymized insights from a subset of employees who opted to complete a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified Health Risk Assessment (HRA) offered by their employer. MediKeeper drew on responses from 67,118 employees who completed the HRA. The HRA covers a range of topics beyond Mental Health and Stress, and MediKeeper will be releasing other reports focusing on Employment/Jobs, Personal Health/Wellness and Personal Relationships/Connections.

 

Part 1: released April 21, 2021

Insights from MediKeeper Health Risk Assessment Shows 104% Increase in Employees Seeking Professional Help for Stress, Anxiety or Depression in 2021

With Mental Health Month fast approaching in May, MediKeeper has released part one of its 2021 Workplace Wellness Benchmark Report, a comprehensive analysis of the state of wellness and wellbeing indicators among today’s workforce, focusing on mental health indicators, including stress, anxiety and depression. These data represent anonymized insights from more than 67,000 employees who opted to complete MediKeeper’s National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified Health Risk Assessment (HRA) optional mental health section offered by their employer. MediKeeper provides workplace wellness technology used by more than 11 million people at work that helps them make smarter health-related decisions.  To read the release in its entirety, please click here.

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Part 2: released May 25, 2021

The Pandemic Body: More Fast Food, Alcohol and Smoking, Less Exercise and Difficult Sleep.  MediKeeper Health Risk Assessment Insights Reveal an Epidemic of Unhealthy Behaviors Emerging During the Pandemic: 1 in 5 Workers Admit to Being “Out of Control with Food” in 2021

MediKeeper’s HRA data shows that 8.7% of employees reported they were worried about their health or an injury in 2020. However, this number grew by 18.2% in the first months of 2021, based upon the experience of employees who completed an HRA between January 1 to March 11, 2021. In addition, an alarming 22.1% of employees admitted to being “out of control with food” in 2021, a new question asked in the HRA this year to gauge the impact of remote work on employees. This metric equates to the 16.1% increase in employees who eat at a fast-food restaurant more than 3 times a week in 2021.  To read the release in its entirety, please click here.

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Part 3: Will be released June, 2021