EBRI/Greenwald Workplace Wellness Survey

The EBRI/Greenwald Research Workplace Wellness Survey (WWS) examines attitudes toward benefits in the workplace.  It also examines a broad spectrum of financial wellbeing, employment-based health insurance, and retirement benefit issues.  The survey is co-sponsored by EBRI and Greenwald Research.

The 2022 survey is made possible with funding support from the following organizations: AARP, Cigna, Fidelity, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Mercer, Morgan Stanley, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), OneAmerica, and Voya Financial.

The 2021 survey of 2,016 American workers was conducted online July 7 through July 27, 2021. All respondents were ages 21–64 and were weighted by age, race, gender, and education. The 2021 survey included a national sample of 1,000 workers and an oversample of 503 completed surveys among Black workers and 513 completed surveys among Hispanic workers (bringing the totals to 587 Black and 662 Hispanic workers).

The margin of error is +/- 2.2 percentage points for current workers in a similarly sized random sample.

Complete findings from the Workplace Benefits Survey are available for Partners.  More information on becoming a Partner is available here or by contacting our Membership Relations Specialist.

Visit this page or contact Paul Fronstin for more information about becoming a survey partner.