Wellness programs pay big returns to companies, studies show

04/14/2012 | AccountingWEB

Corporate wellness programs, which include incentives such as at-work health services and gym memberships, are good for employees' health and employers' bottom line, studies show. For example, companies with wellness programs saw their health care costs rise at a significantly slower rate than did companies that had none, according to research by Highmark.

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