By Staff Report
Sep. 10, 2009
Why Employees Participate in Wellness Programs
Financial penalties motivate some employees to participate in wellness programs, but the more positive motivator is the desire for good health, according to a survey of more than 1,900 U.S. employees released in March. Employees were asked their primary reasons for participating in their employer’s wellness program.
Reason for participation
I want good health
Financial incentives or rewards through my employer
I want to minimize medical expenses
Financial penalties imposed by my employer
|Source: Seventh Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends, MetLife, March 2009|
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