Softcover; 104 pgs
As health care costs continue to rise, employers realize even more that they must develop programs to keep their employees healthy and productive. This revised and expanded edition of Dr. Anderson’s Guide provides the safety professional or human resources manager with all of the information needed to design and implement a successful workplace wellness program. It is well-written, concise, and definitive.
Planning your program
Behaviors related to health and wellness
Personal health assessments
Health screening programs
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Includes sample questionnaires and checklists, and an extensive resource section.
“A text that directors of worksite wellness programs and their supervisors will find extremely useful . . . .If your goal is to provide cost-efficient programs that will make a difference in the lives of your personnel and their families, I highly recommend Promoting Employee Health: A Guide for Worksite Wellness.”
- Neal Hattlestad, Ed.D., Dean of the College of Health and Applied Sciences, University of Central Arkansas