More companies link wellness incentives to outcomes

10/14/2011 | (Michigan) (free registration)

Employers are moving toward basing wellness incentives on outcomes rather than participation in a program, insurance agents say. Bob Hughes of Advantage Benefits Group says the carrot approach does not work as well as the stick and outcome-based incentives will be the mainstream wellness practice within two to three years.

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