More employers see risks, costs of obesity

Roberts, Sally
April 2002
Business Insurance;4/22/2002, Vol. 36 Issue 16, p1
Reports the awareness of employees on the costs of obesity in the U.S. Effect of obesity on business enterprises; Projection on the allocation of resources toward combating obesity by employers; Consideration of obesity as a serious problem by employers.


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