Employee Tenure Trend Lines, 1983-2010,’ and ‘Who Might Respond to Financial Incentives That Use Lower Cost Sharing to Change Behavior? Findings from the 2010 Health Confidence Survey

Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute, EBRI Notes, Vol. 31, No. 12, December 2010

Employee Tenure: The median length of time that full-time workers stay in their jobs ticked up slightly in 2010, to just over five years, continuing a slow increase in job tenure that began in 2004, according to a new report by EBRI. Press release

Financial Incentives: The percentage of people who think getting a financial incentive would be extremely or very useful for choosing a more effective treatment, or who had an interest in using high-quality provider networks that offer lower cost sharing, dropped in 2010, according to EBRI’s Health Confidence Survey. Press release

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