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Company Health Training Programs
A review of the importance for companies to promote a healthy lifestyle for its employees.
# 107050 | 3,342 words | 6 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Aug 19, 2008 in Business (Companies) , Business (Human Resources) , Labor Studies (General)

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After a discussion about the stressful work conditions in four major companies, this paper highlights the importance of employers offering their staff training programs that are based on the implementation of techniques for stress management, positive thinking and assertiveness. The paper states that companies should encourage employee self-care efforts by promoting the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle. The paper concludes that stress is the most dangerous emerging risk to business.

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Sample of Sources Used:

  • John Upson, David Ketchen, and R. Duane Ireland. Managing Employee Stress: A Key to the Effectiveness of Strategic Supply Chain Management. Organizational Dynamics. 2007. Vol. 36.1.
  • David Lee. Managing Employee Stress and safety. Maine Employers Mutual Insurance Company. 2000. MEMIC Publication. pp. 23
  • Harris. Putting People First: Value Options. Rothenberg International LLC. 2002
  • Ellen Jaffe Gill. Robert Segal. Jaelline Jaffe. Job Stress Management: Causes and Effects. Help Guide Publication. 2007.
  • Susan R. Gregson. Stress Management. Capstone Press. 2000. pp. 212

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