The Wellable Blog

Affordable Wellness Rewards That People Will Love

In our podcast, we talked about how wellness programs are becoming a must-have, as more and more employees expect their employer to provide some wellness benefits. Yet, there’s this notion that you need to be a big corporation with a deep pocket to ...
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4 Wellness Rewards To Reinvest In Employee Health

Rewarding participation is an excellent way to encourage wellness program engagement.  However, picking rewards can be a tricky ordeal.  Good rewards motivate employees to participate and continue to invest in employee health rather than sabotaging ...
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Top Employee Wellness Perks For 2017

As the talent wars endure, companies continue to up their game as it relates to overall perks and benefits and especially as it relates to wellness related ones.  According to a Glassdoor survey, culture and values rank the highest as the workplace ...
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Study: Economists Explain How To Make Gym Commitments Stick

On average, people estimate that they’ll go to the gym they belong to more than twice as often in a month than they actually do.  To counteract these tendencies to underutilize the gym, economists have a solution that alters the incentive equation.  ...
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Crossing The Wellness Reward Divide

Rewards and incentives often create challenges to finding budget for wellness programs because they often comprise a large component of the total expenses.  In a fairy tale world, wellness administrators would always be able to sell executives on ...
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Corporate Wellness Rewards: Carrot Or Stick?

Determining proper reward and incentive structures in wellness programs has always been a challenge for employers.  Most commonly, the discussion circles around whether or not corporate wellness programs can deliver better results with the carrot or ...
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8 Cost Effective Wellness Rewards to Drive Engagement

The growing popularity of wellness programs is limited primarily by budgetary constraints.  With the advent of technology based programs, the bulk of budgets often are comprised of rewards and incentives to drive participation.  This hurdle should ...
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Behavioral Economics, Please Meet Employer Wellness

A recent article in the Harvard Business Review challenges the conventional wisdom that wellness programs can rely on education and financial incentives to encourage employees to be good stewards of their health.  The article points out that ...
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Employee Rewards Season Is Here

The holiday season is here and with it comes employee rewards season.  Rewarding employees with bonuses for their work performance or hosting a holiday party are fairly common rewards this time of year.  Rewarding employees for healthy behavior is ...
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