The National Safety Council in the US recently released the results of surveys of 2,000 American workers on their perceptions of workplace safety.
Join a new national initiative to encourage office workers to sit less and stand more, improving their mental and physical health.
Introducing short bouts of activity such as brisk walking during the day of sedentary workers is a promising approach to improve overall well-being at work.
In a new poll, 28% of working adults said their current job has a positive impact on their overall health. But 16% reported a negative impact.
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Don’t assume it’s better to have workers working at half-speed than not at all. A recent study found that presenteeism costs employers a lot more than absenteeism.
Learn about a guide that offers easy, real world recommendations on the design, implementation and evaluation of workplace health promotion programs.