"Today most companies are stepping up their efforts to enhance the lives and improve the health of their employees. A new dimension to staying healthy when companies plan a wellness program (also called a health promotion program) to help employees achieve and maintain good physical and mental health.... Health promotion programs emphasize a "wellness concept" that encourages adopting a lifestyle aimed at achieving and maintaining physical, mental and spiritual well-being at home and on the job. Wellness is good business. What's good for the employee is good for the employer. — Wellness in the Workplace: How to Plan, Implement and Evaluate a Wellness Program (Fifty Minute Ser.) , Merlene T. Serman, Crisp Pub.
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