Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce. This age group, born between the early 1980s and early 2000s, accounts for one-third of the total population and outnumbers Generation Xers and baby boomers.1 Yet their health needs are varied and nuanced. For today’s employer, simply knowing that millennials are everywhere isn’t actionable. Wellness initiatives based on generalized and simplistic assumptions can undermine employee morale and retention, productivity, and health outcomes. The emergence of health analytics is helping reveal what simple statistics cannot: the unique demographics, trends and health profile of your millennial population. With data, you can reevaluate employee wellness to segment your millennial workforce, plan tailored engagement strategies, and implement personalized interventions. The first step in developing your millennial wellness strategy is understanding the themes that define this generation’s view of health. Here are ten forces to consider when crafting your strategy for millennial wellbeing.
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