What sort of employee responds favorably to enhanced wellness program incentives? The sort who should've been engaged much sooner.

That's what a study reported by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found when it examined before and after data gathered by a large employer that decided to enhance its incentives to boost participation.

The study reviewed data from employees who took part in the program before the increased incentives, culling out information about the completion of a health-risk assessment and undergoing biometric screenings.

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