Over the last year, the job market has completely flipped with roughly 33 million Americans leaving their current positions, creating what is now known as the Great Resignation. In order to retain and gain top talent, companies need to prioritize their employees' wellbeing by offering wellness benefits that support both their physical and mental health. In fact, poor employee health is estimated to cost U.S. employers upward of $530 billion per year. Workplace wellness programs are among the leading resources a company can provide to its people, and a properly implemented program can return a 25% savings on healthcare and associated costs. Additionally, communicating program parameters, making a program engaging and having top leaders in the company actively participate can lead to an even greater return. How will employers utilize wellness programs to better their people's wellbeing?