Based on researches done by various institutions, it is clear that there is a direct correlation between work behavior of the employee and his or her health and well-being. Most of the competitive companies not only focus on creating a robust corporate environment to retain and attract new talent but also implement new initiates to support and promote employee wellness programs.
Behaviors related to the lifestyle like the use of tobacco, diet, physical activities, excessive work pressure and stress exert a direct impact on health, behaviour and well-being. But in the present situation, lifestyle is not remaining a private issue. Corporate houses...
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