There’s a reason the 900-plus employees at SAIF Corp. in Salem, Ore., were recently named the healthiest in the state. The company’s wellness program has evolved to encourage healthy behaviors with a variety of different incentives.
Just about everyone wears a fitness tracking device at the state-chartered workers’ compensation company. And employees who move more, sit less, and track their activity can earn up to $300 a year for being active.
It’s one reason SAIF Corp. earned a first place award at the Oregon Healthiest Employers event last fall. But it wasn’t always that way, says SAIF Benefits and Wellness Manager Renae Coombs.
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