Wellness at Work

Resources to get your employees engaged in their health.


Total wellness results from addressing five key areas of your employees’ health: Physical, emotional, environmental, financial and social. But where do you begin to get your employees engaged and educated on the resources available to them?

  1. Start by taking our short wellness assessment

    All we need you to do is answer nine simple questions about your organization's employee wellness strategy. With this information, we'll be able to point you directly to the communication resources that will be most relevant to your employees.

  2. Explore employee communication resources

    Access turnkey and easy-to-use communication resources designed to get your employees more engaged in their whole health.

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  3. Reach out if you have questions

    Whether you need help getting started or have questions along the way, Cigna is here to help. Contact our Health Engagement Team for support with questions about these resources, or other health and wellness program needs.

Additional support for your employees

With the Cigna One Guide® service, your employees have access to personal guides and digital support to guide them through their journey to total well-being – from understanding their benefits to finding care to controlling their costs. Learn more.


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Why total wellness? Because it's all connected.

Employees in the U.S. exercise less than 15 minutes on a typical workday1

1/3 of people with a chronic condition also have symptoms of depression2

Stress can cost businesses up to $187 billion a year3

1 National Health Statistics Report, June 28, 2018, Debra L. Blackwell, PhD, and Tainya C. Clarke, PhD, MPH.

2 WebMD, Dealing With Chronic Illnesses and Depression, August 2018.

3 "The cost of work-related stress to society: A systematic review," Hassard et al., The Journal of Occupational Health Psychology Volume 23. Published January 2018.