A practical framework for evaluating health promotion in a variety of organizational settings. The text lays a theoretical foundation, then builds on it with practical applications for containing costs and improving the power of programmes. There are more than 19 case studies.For example Variable ac Absenteeism ac Health care claims ac Participation ac High- risk employees ac Injuries Less specificity (all ... Per week Number by age and gender Number incurred on the job Defining highly specific variables is only possible if problems and ... The identified group of women worked primarily in the customer service department while the targeted males worked in the line repair division.
|Title||:||Evaluating Worksite Health Promotion|
|Author||:||David H. Chenoweth|
|Publisher||:||Human Kinetics - 2002|