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Employer Incentives for Workforce Health & Productivity

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This research addresses employers’ critical need: information about how best to use incentives and disincentives to promote employee health and productivity. The research identifies a willingness to …

This research addresses employers’ critical need: information about how best to use incentives and disincentives to promote employee health and productivity. The research identifies a willingness to invest substantial amounts in incentives and disincentives that are less effective than others and that do a relatively poor job of meeting employers’ bottom-line business objectives.

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  • 1. IBI Incentives Research
    Employer Incentives for
    Workforce Health & Productivity
    IBI RESEARCH - 2008
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 2. IBI Research on Health & Productivity Incentives
    Purpose: Identify incentives and disincentives used, their goals, their relative effectiveness and desired changes
    Key Insights:
    • Incentives are used more frequently to encouraging health and productivity than disincentives, though how they are defined is important.
    • 3. Types of incentives used vary widely, while requiring higher premiums and copays are the principal penalties for noncompliance.
    • 4. Goals for offering incentives are far more likely to encourage participation than outcomes that directly impact on the bottom line.
    • 5. Employers place substantial value both for incentives and disincentives.
    • 6. Employers are unlikely to use the most effective incentives or disincentives.
    • 7. Employers are likely to be new to providing incentives and disincentives and still are experimenting with the fit between culture, effectiveness and affordability.
    The full study is available to members of IBI.
    Commentary is available in Notes view.
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  • 8. Use of Incentives/Disincentives
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 9. Current Incentives
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 10. Current Disincentives
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 11. Incentive Goals for Employees
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 12. How Much?
    -Per Participant per Year-
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 13. Incentives Effectiveness
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 14. DisincentivesEffectiveness
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008
  • 15. Making Improvements
    -Top 3 change strategies-
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    Source: “Employer Incentives for Workforce Health and Productivity,” IBI, October 2008

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