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We interviewed 17 companies about how they think about their employees’ health. This guide includes key findings from their interviews, 4 common mistakes companies make, and over 40 practical insights from behavioral economics for employers who want to design low cost solutions to improving employee health. Sponsored by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
We created a simple guide for how to re-design gyms and employee fitness programs using behavioral research. The guide is for vendors, employers and benefit consultants hoping to easily and cheaply improve health outcomes.
We created a simple guide for how to re-design cafeterias, office spaces and fitness centers using behavioral research. The guide is for vendors, employers and benefit consultants hoping to easily and cheaply improve health outcomes.
Amidst a string of governmental and business scandals, Americans’ trust in institutions is declining. These declining levels of trust have deep implications on how businesses interact with their constituents and consumers. As a result of these alarming trends, this whitepaper hopes to help companies proactively manage their customers’ trust.
70% of divorced couples blame quarrels about their finances as a reason why they split up. We review the relevant research on joint decision making and present the top pitfalls that couples encounter in their financial decision making process. This information can be used to shape the development of financial tools and methods.
Irrational Labs was embedded in Google for a few years. In our time there, we did many things, one of which was helping ensure advertisers met their advertising goals.
We spent a day with Facebook and helped them answer the question: How do we increase internet access across the world?
We’ve worked with a broad array of companies to help test new concepts and ideas through experimentation.
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