According to a February 2015 report from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans, dubbed Workplace Wellness Trends, based upon interviews with 479 management and professional level employees of U.S. and Canadian firms, organizations without outcomes initiatives rarely attribute it to a lack of capacity/money – Two of the main reasons are the potential negative impact on employee culture/stress (31.5%) and concern that these incentives could be considered unfair or discriminatory (23.1%) (Exhibit 10).
|Reasons for NOT Offering Health-Contingent Incentives||Overall|
|Potential negative impact on employee culture/stress||31.5%|
|Application of incentive could be considered unfair or discriminatory||23.1%|
|Incentive research is still not clear||14.3%|
|Lack of money||10.5%|
|Tried and did not work||2.5%|
|Have not considered/awaiting further information||23.9%|