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Published By: Janrain, Inc.     Published Date: Feb 28, 2012
Your customers interact with you on social networks, but how effectively are you using social media to connect with them on your website? This white paper explores best practices to build on-site engagement by integrating social tools.
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social login, social sharing, game mechanics, gamification, social media, social tools, social networks, facebook
    
Janrain, Inc.
Published By: Virgin Pulse     Published Date: Mar 01, 2012
Game techniques - like challenges, rewards, competition and leadership - appeal to the players' emotions and provide a sense of achievement and pride. If designed properly, game mechanics can be successfully added into workplace wellness programs to amplify results and build engagement and excitement. Discover more about the role of game techniques in corporate health programs in the new research paper, Let the Games Begin!
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human resources, employee health program, employees, hr management, corporate health programs, employee development
    
Virgin Pulse
Published By: Virgin Pulse     Published Date: Jun 26, 2013
When it comes to engaging employees in workplace wellness programs today, the operative phrase is quickly becoming, “Let the games begin!” After suffering decreasing engagement and fewer savings than they initially expected from their wellness programs, employers are boosting participation by incorporating gamification—the emerging field of applying game mechanics and strategies to various types of applications and programs. The end game, you might say, is lower healthcare costs, along with happier, more productive and engaged employees.
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corporate wellness, heathcare, healthcare reform, benefits, engagement, gamification, healthcare costs, employee hapiness
    
Virgin Pulse
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