Body and soul

Mills, Matthew
September 1996
People Management;9/26/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 19, p36
States that an increasing number of employers may be missing the point in their enthusiasm for corporate health promotion programmes. Workplace as one of the best routes for encouraging healthier lifestyles; Effect of healthier workforce; Emphasis on prevention rather than cure; Two categories of workplace health promotion; Biggest single failing of workplace health promotion. INSET: References..


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