The Healthy Workplace: A Blueprint for Corporate Action

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Wiley, 1987 - Employee assistance programs - 187 pages
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What will a 'wellness program' do to a company's bottom line? This practical guide explains how a company, large or small, can implement a worksite wellness program that can benefit both the company and the community. It answers the tough questions that business leaders ask about worksite wellness - how to make a return on investment in wellness, how to minimize risks, what to make of the legal aspects and tax implications, and how wellness prepares the work force for the ups and downs of doing business in America. The book also looks at the insurance industry's role in promoting the spread of wellness programs. A 'business plan' is provided for health promotion at work, specific guidelines for programs on smoking cessation, alcohol abuse, nutrition and exercise are discussed, as well as information on community 'wellness councils'.

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