The Sticks and Carrots of Employee Wellness Programs – The New York Times

While most large employers — with 500 workers or more — ask employees to complete some sort of health assessment to identify potential risk factors, nearly 60 percent also ask them to prick their fingers for biometric screening, according to a 2015 report by Mercer, a consulting firm. And the number of employers offering financial incentives to complete any of these wellness-related tasks has inched higher: About 56 percent of large employers dangled an incentive in front of their workers last year, the most common being a premium reduction.

Source: The Sticks and Carrots of Employee Wellness Programs – The New York Times

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