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[IWS] EU-OSHA: MOTIVATING FACTORS FOR WORKPLACE HEALTH PROMOTION: LITERATURE REVIEWS [8 January 2013]
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Motivating factors for workplace health promotion: literature reviews [8 January 2013]
Two new EU-OSHA literature reviews look at the factors motivating employers and workers to carry out and participate in workplace health promotion (WHP) activities.
As people spend significant amount of time at work, workplaces can be an important setting for health promotion programmes, benefitting all – workers, companies and society.
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