Workplace Health : Employee Fitness And Exercise
Given the growing awareness of the negative effects of work-related stress, Many Businesses Are Focusing On Active Health Promotion To Enhance employee health, well-being and performance. This text aims to review the state of the art and offer ideas and suggestions for how stress-related employee health problems can be combated through the provision of effective fitness and exercise programmes.
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- Hardback | 193 pages
- 159 x 235 x 19.05mm | 454g
- 01 Dec 1996
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
1. Employee Exercise Programmes 2. Organisational and Individual Perspectives 3. Financial Aspects of Employee Exercise Programmes 4. Assessing the Relationship Between Exercise and Mental Health 5.The Role of Activity and Fitness 6. The Psychological Benefits of Physical Activity for Women 7. Improving Employee Quality of Life 8. Understanding Exercise as a Method of Stress Management 9. A Constructive Framework 10. Exercise, Shiftwork and Sleep 11. Alcohol Abuse 12. Physical Fitness and the Prevention of Relapse 13. Employee Fitness Programmes and Reduced Absenteeism: A Case Study
About John Kerr
Kerr; John Kokushikan University, Toyko, Japan,Cox; Tom University of Nottingham, England, UK,Griffiths; Amanda Jane University of Nottingham, England, UK,