Wearables in the Workplace

By Staff | June 1, 2016

From simple step counters to sophisticated sensors that capture activity levels, heart rate, and sleep patterns, wearables have become a popular tool to promote healthy lifestyles, reports Business Insurance. But what happens when the novelty wears off? Rally® Chief Creative Officer Rhett Woods weighs in on how to create "sticky" programs that will keep people engaged.

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Read more: "Wearables for Wellness," Business Insurance (subscription required)

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