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Are Wearables a Good Fit for Your Wellness Program?
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Sept. 16, 2014
"Wearables are more expensive than the typical pedometer by $10 to $15 per participant. As a result, while some companies distribute a device to every employee, others require employees to complete an activity to earn one. For example, a large financial services firm rewarded employees with a Fitbit for completing a health assessment. And for those employees who wanted to upgrade to a more expensive version, the company subsidized the cost."

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