2021 Working Americans’ State of Physical Wellbeing Report

How are your employees really feeling?

Grokker Innovation Labs’ research reveals that while workers report being generally satisfied with their physical wellbeing, they’re actually struggling more than they’re divulging. But as we slowly emerge from the pandemic into the future, employers can play a key role helping their workers maintain or even improve their physical wellbeing.

In this guide, you’ll get insights into:

  • How workers’ fitness, nutrition, and sleep habits have changed since the beginning of the pandemic, for better or worse
  • The new behaviors and physical symptoms workers are experiencing – and their impact on work performance
  • The most common barriers standing in employees’ way of managing their physical wellbeing
  • Key takeaways and next steps for employers

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