Archived Insight | May 20, 2019
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Institutions are looking to incentives to drive faculty and staff performance, to motivate individuals to adopt new behaviors – from improving their health habits to enhancing teamwork across departments.
However, are these incentives working? Could they be creating more negative reactions among professionals who don’t want to be pressured to behave in a certain way?
Is there a better way to optimize the use of incentives, while limiting the potential adverse consequences?
In this webinar replay, you will learn about behavioral economics-based techniques that will help you develop more effective incentives to encourage employees to make better decisions about their compensation and benefits programs.
This webinar was presented on May, 20, 2019.
This page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, tax or investment advice. You are encouraged to discuss the issues raised here with your legal, tax and other advisors before determining how the issues apply to your specific situations.
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