Workers Are Prioritizing Their Well-Being at Work – AARP
Workers believe that employers can take action to address overall well-being. They most often cited paying employees fairly (66%), increasing traditional benefit offerings (55%), and allowing flexibility (54%). Workers ages 50–64 are more likely than those age 65-plus to say companies should increase traditional advantage offerings (57% vs . 46%) and allow more flexibility (56% versus 44%). Nevertheless, most workers age 50-plus (70%) agree that their current workplace promotes their general well-being.
Interviews were conducted in two waves: May 19–23, 2022 and June 17-21, 2022 among 2, 002 U. S. adults age group 50-plus within the Foresight 50+ Omnibus. This sample included 832 adults who are currently employed. Funded plus operated by NORC at the University of Chicago, Experience 50+ is a probability-based panel designed in order to be representative of the U. H. household population age 50 or older. Interviews had been conducted online and via phone. All data are weighted by age, sex, education, race/ethnicity, region, and AARP membership.
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Millan, Carmenza, and Lona Choi-Allum. Workplace Wellness Among 50-Plus Workers: Annotated Questionnaire. Washington, DC: AARP Research, August 2022. https://doi.org/10.26419/res.00561.001