Method to his 'Madness'

September 2010
Employee Benefit News;Sep2010, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p22
The article offers information on the efforts made by Ed Coates, the senior manager of employee benefits at Texas Mutual Insurance Company, to improve employees' health. Coates inspires his employees to live a healthy lifestyle by implementing point-based incentives. Activities like March Wellness Madness and September Point Fest are organized by Coates in which gift card is given to the top ten employee-participants who score most points.


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