Cary Cooper: Incentives can aid staff health support

Cooper, Cary
September 2014
Employee Benefits;9/1/2014, p2
The article presents the author's views on the workplace wellbeing agenda including employee incentive schemes. He opines on ways used by organizations to incentivize that can encourage more positive bbehaviorsfrom employees. He comments that the success of an incentive scheme can be largely attributed to the skill of managers in communicating and overseeing the program, whatever the finer points that employers choose to adopt for the scheme.


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