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Employees consistently place wellness programs at the top of their wish lists, and more and more businesses are responding with enticing incentives. At the same time, however, a sizable number of employees are leaving those incentives on the table.

These are among the key findings from the latest wellness survey conducted by Fidelity Investments in Boston and the National Business Group on Health. The two organizations have teamed up since 2009 to analyze the growth and design of corporate health improvement programs. The big finding? Employers are increasing the wellness-based incentives they offer workers to a record $693 per employee, up from $594 in 2014 and $430 five years ago.

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