Protecting your most valuable asset: your employees

Stephens, Sally L.
September 2003
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p64
Reports on the benefits from health improvement programs in the U.S. Stabilization of health-insurance cost; Improvement in the self-care efforts of employees; Return on investment for health-improvement programs.


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