This may be a hard concept to consider, but if you want to be a little different in the evolution of your workplace wellness initiative, consider offering experiences rather than cash or material possessions.  If you are a little more creative in the “rewards” department, you might just see a bigger impact in the long run with the experience reward.

Think about how much people pay to just eat lunch with Warren Buffet (At a recent charity auction, the highest bid to dine with the Nebraska billionaire was a record-breaking $3,456,789)

Can Money Buy You Happiness?

It’s True to Some Extent. But Chances Are You’re not Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck.

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