Healthy employees can mean healthy businesses, boosting productivity and reducing the rate of missed work. As a result, worker health is a rising priority in the small business world, especially during this year's flu season.
The majority of adults spend more waking hours at work than anywhere else, making it all the more important for them to have access to workplace wellness programs to maintain health in both their professional and personal lives. Having a healthy staff also benefits employers, improving the financial stability and overall performance of a firm.
According to Wellness Proposals, an online workplace-health resource, better employee well-being can result in higher productivity, as healthy staff members are less likely to miss work and are capable of performing tasks more efficiently. In addition, they incur lower health care costs, communicate more effectively and display better morale on a day-to-day basis.
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Posted on Mon, November 30, 2009
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