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Workplace wellness programs perform poorly, at least in the short term

Workplace wellness programs have been touted as a way to improve employee health and productivity while reducing health care spending, but a new Harvard study showed these goals were not achieved in real life. Areas were workplace wellness programs had no significant effect include overall health, sleep quality, food choices, healthcare spending and utilization, absenteeism, and job performance

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