Incentives boost wellness participation 60%, report says

11/17/2011 | United Press International

Companies that offer incentives can increase employee participation in wellness programs by at least 60%, according to a report from the Incentive Research Foundation. The study found only 1 in 5 workers participate in wellness programs if an incentive is not offered.

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