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Jesse
Jesse

I agree that rewarding progress is the best form of incentive. However, I would also think that most companies can't afford to pay for progress if no body is interested in the wellness program. I think paying for participation is a great first level incentive. Yes eventually you should change the strategy to a progress based one. Sticking with just a participation based strategy isn't going to benefit you in the long run.

Jeremy
Jeremy

These wellness programs and a workplace exercise regimen to increase productivity and develop a more positive attitude have really been on the rise. I don't understand why the managers in so many companies have ignored it thus far. Only now it's beginning to dawn on some of them that this is what their employees need in order to make progress and thus boost the profits of the company they work for.

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