More time to smell the roses

Shepherd, Leah Carlson
April 2008
Employee Benefit News;Apr2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p15
The article focuses on workplace wellness programs. According to it, cash may be the prevailing incentive in these kind of programs but some employers are looking at paid time off as a potentially powerful motivator. It states that a pilot program awarding three days off to workers who achieve healthy goals has been launched by the Arkansas Department of Health.


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