Employers continue to invest in fitness

Carlson, Leah
August 2005
Employee Benefit News;8/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p49
Focuses on utilization of gym by employees in the U.S. Percentage of employers who include gym use in their employee benefits; Factors that influenced participation in exercise classes; Benefits offered by exercise classes to employees. INSETS: Where to find advice, operators for your gym;Tips for sending more workers to the gym.


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