Health and fitness in the workplace: health education in business organizations

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Praeger, Nov 13, 1987 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
Bringing together some of the most respected leaders from industry, academe, and government, this volume deals with the growing field of health education in the workplace. Examining the essential components of health education programs, Health and Fitness in the Workplace addresses critical issues relating to their implementation, evaluation, and promotion. This excellent collection of original essays demonstrates that when industry incorporates health programs into the work environment such programs directly result in the well-being of employees, in addition to low absenteeism, high morale, and low insurance costs.

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A Historical Perspective
Worker Education and Training in Health and Safety
Health Education Programs In the Workplace

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About the author (1987)

SAMUEL H. KLARREICH is Employee Assistance Program Director, Imperial Oil, Canada.

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