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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Dec 12

According to a January 2014 “Staying@Work” report by human resources research and consulting firm Towers Watson & Co., while financial incentives continue to be widely used for at least some program elements, during the next three years U.S. employers plan to institute tougher requirements for employees to earn incentives, according to the survey (Figure 3). Employers plan to shift their incentive strategy away from primarily rewarding desired behaviors or improved health status to a focus on building a healthy workplace culture — a major shift in strategy. See figure 3 for the percentage that plan to reward or penalize for both tobacco use and biometric values:

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