Midsize firms see faster ROI for wellness programs

07/25/2011 | Business Insurance (tiered subscription model)

Midsize companies see benefits from wellness programs sooner than larger firms, with data showing a 90% participation rate at a company with 250 employees can have a bigger impact than the same rate at a large employer. Experts say smaller companies can be more flexible and practical in their approach to wellness, and employees may better understand the effect benefit costs have on a company's bottom line.

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