Is there a nurse in the office?

Bacon, Carol A.
June 1997
Workforce;Jun97, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p107
Discusses the importance of having an occupational health nurse (OHN) on corporate staffs. Responsibilities of an OHN to perform in the corporate environment; Objective of maintaining a healthy and productive workforce; Impact of keeping an OHN in the company's health-care costs.


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