• Its not your fathers prepaid: 4 NEW Things You Need to Know Webcast


    October 2, 2012| 2:00PM Eastern

    Moderator: INCENTIVE Executive Editor Leo Jakobson

    Melissa Van Dyke, President, Incentive Research Foundation
    Kathleen Bibbins, Vice President, Business Development and Maritz Partnerships, InteliSpend
    Joyce Engberg, Manager of Award Services, Incentives & Recognition, MotivAction
    Lindsay Heist, Attorney, Douthit Frets Rouse Gentile & Rhodes LLC

    Description: For anyone still NOT using prepaid cards, this discussion cites research that shows non-cash/prepaid cards are taking over the incentive space, so you should add them to your toolbox now. For those already using prepaid card incentives, much has changed that you should take into consideration. Be sure you're leading/being strategic about your use of prepaid rather than just reacting to the inevitable.
    1. Regulatory environment: What's relevant (and what's not) about what's going on (Durbin Amendment, New Jersey unclaimed property law, fee labels, etc)
    2. Program management: What to look for to choose the right partner
    3. Types of cards: Closed loop, open and in between (restricted), plus something new!
    4. Employee preferences: New insight on open cards

    Click here to register for the October 2012 Incentive webcast.


  • How Wellness Programs Impact the Bottom Line

    This lively educational seminar on corporate wellness programs will be led by industry experts. In this webinar your will learn: How a carefully conceived wellness program can reduce healthcare costs and improve productivity; tips for setting up a effective wellness program; why incentives are key to a successful wellness program.

    C. Red Gillen, Senior Director of Engagement Solutions Strategy, WebMD Health Services
    Debra Spamer, Vice President of Solution Sales, Incentive Logic
    Rodger Stotz, Chief Research Officer of the Incentive Research Foundation

    Moderator: Leo Jakobson, Executive Editor of Incentive
    Description: There is a growing body of research that shows that wellness programs are not just good for employees health, but good for their employers' bottom lines, too. A report released earlier this year by the Incentive Research.

    Foundation noted that research by the American Institute for Preventative Medicine found that workplace wellness programs return more than $3 for every dollar invested in reduced medical expenses alone. And the American Heart Association goes further, noting that companies running worksite wellness programs have reduced employer healthcare costs by 20 to 55 percent.

    Of course, getting that benefit requires more than just creating a wellness program; it requires active employee participation, which is often a struggle. This is where incentives can play a vital role. In this webinar you will learn:
    *How a carefully conceived wellness program can reduce healthcare costs and improve productivity.

    *Tips for setting up a effective wellness program

    *Why incentives are key to a successful wellness program

    Click here for details »

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