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How Well Do Workplace Wellness Programs Work?

NPR Tuesday, 16 April 2019
These job-based programs can motivate employees to make some changes in behavior, research finds, but don't seem to move the dial on workers' health status or employer spending on health care.
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Healthy employees are good business for companies, because it allows them to put in more hours at work. As such, many companies put workplace wellness programs in place, hoping their employees will become slender, fit non-smokers. However, UPI reports a new study from Harvard says those programs...

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