70 percent of the American workforce struggles to find a work-life balance, which could have negative health impacts over the long run.

Employers are increasingly concerned with employee health, as studies continue to show the direct cost it can have. For example, Duke University researchers found that obesity costs American businesses $73.1 billion per year, while Harvard researchers found that insomnia is responsible for $63.2 billion in costs.

Employers have combated these expenses through the deployment of health and wellness programs, but research suggests they’re largely failing to tackle the health risk right under their noses.

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