Creating a work environment that addresses the health and well-being of employees is, most employers said, a top-of-the-mind objective. But when asked if they believe their work environment meets that standard, many employees said it’s mostly talk with very little walk.

A survey by engagement program vendor Keas revealed this dichotomy. Keas surveyed 761 employees who participated in one of Keas’ employer health programs. Nearly nine of 10 said health was included in the company value statement. Yet one-third said they felt their employer didn’t really care about their health, and was paying lip service to creating a healthy environment.

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The study also showed that employees responded well when working for a company that demonstrated a sincere interest in their health. So, for companies that began healthy workplace initiatives but didn’t quite follow through, there’s a considerable upside to ramping the program up, Keas said.

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