It seems like simple math: financial incentives that help people quit smoking save everyone money in the long run.
More than 2/3 of U.S. employers use wellness program incentives
From healthcare-related illnesses to lost productivity, the staggering costs of smoking are significantly higher than the typical financial incentive to quit. But trading one sum for the other isn’t always as straightforward as it looks on paper.
Learn 4 common areas where employers go awry when structuring quit-smoking incentives for results—with tips on how to address them.
Download this report to learn:
- How to navigate risk with stop-smoking incentives for 2019
- Ways to rethink your stop-smoking incentives that set participants and your company up for success
- Types of quit-smoking incentives