Fit and healthy workers can generate better productivity

Evans, Jill
August 1995
People Management;8/10/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 16, p46
Presents the Scottish Nuclear and Aberthaw Power Station companies, winners of `Working for health' award by Wellness Forum; Estimated cost that the United Kingdom lost through stress-related illnesses; Members of the Wellness Forum; Basis for the Health surveillance policy developed by Scottish Nuclear.


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