Committed To Doing More

Wellable Labs is dedicated to advancing human capital management by reimagining the framework, norms, tools, and technologies industry professionals use to attract, retain, and enhance the performance of employees. As organizations adapt to meet the wants and needs of their employees, differentiate themselves through a culture of health, and drive overall business success, there has never been a better or more necessary time to explore the intersection of engagement, well-being, benefits, and technology. To this end, Wellable Labs works with tactical thinkers and visionary leaders to conduct proprietary research, deliver interactive content, provide thought leadership, and cultivate a robust community to question the status quo and transform the way organizations optimize their workforces.

Committed To Doing More

Programs & Resources

Devote time to personal and professional development with exclusive opportunities to expand your skills and enhance your career.


Explore where businesses are investing wellness dollars to help key decision-makers optimize their approach to workplace wellness.


The National Wellness Institute and Wellable Labs surveyed wellness professionals from across the country to better understand critical salary and benefits trends to provide wellness professionals and the organizations they work for with actionable insights.


The Wellable Labs Research Hub is a free, searchable, database of peer-reviewed research articles that explore workforce topics like well-being, health, engagement, and work culture.

Combating Burnout And Return-To-Office Stress
Mastering Internal Communication Channels For Hybrid Organizations
Employee Wellness Industry Trends Report
U.S. Wellness Professional Compensation Report
Research Hub
Research Initiatives

Research Initiatives

One of the central purposes of Wellable Labs is to facilitate actionable research on human capital management as it relates to engagement, well-being, benefits, and technology. If you are an academic institution, professional organization, or independent researcher who would like to learn more about and contribute to this growing field, let us know!