21 Ways To Create Healthy, Happy And Motivated Employee!

Overview

American business is awakening to the growing importance of its "human capital"-the capabilities, knowledge,

experience, wellness, and full potential of its people. In today's increasingly knowledge-based economy, some companies have

begun to realize that solutions lie in optimizing their return on investments in employee health by increasing worker

productivity. Yet many ...

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Overview

American business is awakening to the growing importance of its "human capital"-the capabilities, knowledge,

experience, wellness, and full potential of its people. In today's increasingly knowledge-based economy, some companies have

begun to realize that solutions lie in optimizing their return on investments in employee health by increasing worker

productivity. Yet many employers do not realize the relationship of their employees' health to corporate performance. While

striving to contain the rising medical costs that put them at a disadvantage against global competitors, they are missing the

competitive advantage to be gained from investing wisely in the health-and thereby, the productivity-of their work force.

This book was written to help employers create healthy, happy and motivated employees. You will gain the following benefits

from this book: 1) increase your understanding of the vital connection between employees' health and their performance, and

2) suggest strategies by which treating employee health as an investment can lead to greater business success.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781581126907
  • Publisher: Universal-Publishers.com
  • Publication date: 2/1/2001
  • Pages: 156
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Table of Contents

Making The Case For Healthy, Happy and Motivated Employees
Six Reasons for Worksite Health Promotion 3
The Benefits of Worksite Health Promotion 9
Six Misconceptions About Health Promotion 13
Proof Positive! 19
21 Great Ideas!
#1 Mark Robinson's Top 10 TIPS List 31
#2 Shooting the Breeze 35
#3 Give Your Employees A Boost With Financial Education 39
#4 Help Your Employees With Goal-Setting 43
#5 Show Compassion With Childhood Immunizations 47
#6 Depression In The Workforce Is Costing You Money 51
#7 Allergies Are Nothing To Sneeze At! 55
#8 Anxiety Is Debilitating 59
#9 Birth Defects Affect Everyone 63
#10 Help Your Employees Give The Gift Of Life 67
#11 Do Your Employees Know Their Cholesterol Levels? 71
#12 Employees Just Don't Drink At Home 75
#13 Keeping Your Workplace Accident Free 79
#14 Seminars for Back To School 83
#15 Cars, Trucks and Vans, Oh My! 86
#16 Heat Wave? Wave a Flag 91
#17 Running Like Clockwork 95
#18 Charting Your Course 103
#19 Marketing Health Promotion--Make It Fun! 109
#20 Claims Analysis Is The Key 113
#21 Downtime With Diabetes 119
Always Give More Than They Expect!
#22 World AIDS Day And Your Company 125
#23 Communicating Cost Containment to Employees 129
Final Thoughts
Trends For The Future 137
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