21 Ways To Create Healthy, Happy and Motivated Employees! A Collection of Proven Strategies That Enhance Employee Productivity
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American business is awakening to the growing importance of its "human capital"-the capabilities, knowledge, experience, wellness, and full potential of its people. In today's increasingly knowledge-based economy, some companies have begun to realize that solutions lie in optimizing their return on investments in employee health by increasing worker productivity. Yet many employers do not realize the relationship of their employees' health to corporate performance. While striving to contain the rising medical costs that put them at a disadvantage against global competitors, they are missing the competitive advantage to be gained from investing wisely in the health-and thereby, the productivity-of their work force.
This book was written to help employers create healthy, happy and motivated employees. You will gain the following benefits from this book: 1) increase your understanding of the vital connection between employees' health and their performance, and 2) suggest strategies by which treating employee health as an investment can lead to greater business success.
About the Author
Since 1985, Mark Robinson has added over $70 million to the bottom line of Fortune 100 Companies by developing energetic, motivated work forces. His clients, who range from EDS to PriceWaterhouseCoopers, have saved in both hard and soft costs in direct health expenditures, insurance savings and decreased absenteeism and turnover.
Mark has been a regular columnist for Workplace Vitality since 1992. He has been quoted in Business Week and Business Insurance and his work has been featured in numerous Business Journal's. He is the co-author of two self-care books and his newest book 21 Ways To Create Healthy, Happy and Motivated Employees! has kicked off a national tour for 2001. Mark also speaks internationally on workforce issues and has shared the podium with Barbara Bush and Zig Ziglar.
Mark has advanced degrees in education and physiology and is a former adjunct professor in human physiology for the University of South Dakota. Mark entertains and educates as he tells it like it is, like it should be and how it could be with his proven strategies for bottom-line success!