Sadly, yet another high quality research study has shown that an employer’s workplace wellness program has been ineffective. That’s the bottom line of a randomized clinical trial recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. See for yourself in this summary abstract of the article from JAMA.
Now a reader might reasonably ask: Was the design of this particular workplace program unusual or inferior in some way? Or does this ...
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