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Workplace Wellness Programs Change Some Behaviors But Not Outcomes

11:00 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | Discover Magazine

Turns out workplace wellness programs don't work so well. According to a large-scale study over 18 months — the first of its kind to study the issue — initiatives intended to help employees get healthier and more productive, and cost the boss less money, have decidedly lackluster results. Some employees did adopt better behaviors — or at least said they did. However, health outcomes and productivity did not change, and there was no benefit to the company's bottom line. In the U.S., abou

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