Ring in a healthy New Year: Setting realistic health goals for employees starts with you

January 2010
Employee Benefit News;Jan2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p16
The article discusses how to set realistic health goals for 2010. Human resource (HR) professionals deal with work-life-health issues and know how important good health is to employees, says the author. She suggests that HR professionals should lead by example and make good health a top priority by setting health-related goals for the new year. She adds that one should also establish a plan and accomplish it, keep realistic and simple goals, and celebrate when these goals are realized.


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