Employers redesign office sites to get employees to walk more

Blassingame, Kelley M.
January 2004
Employee Benefit News;Jan2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p36
Reports on the trend among employers in the U. S. of redesigning worksites that will encourage employees to become more active. Sample of employers who have reconfigured their worksites; Comments from Faye Davis of Sprint; Features of Sprint's campus; Description on the renovated The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Princeton headquarters. INSET: Employees spurn wellness offerings.


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