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Wellbeing at work, Part 3

Part 3: survival of the fittest – can OH still compete?

Summary:

In the final part of his series on the relevance of wellbeing to workers’ health and business prosperity, Steve Boorman examines the challenges that now face the occupational health profession and the need to promote OH as an asset to boost productivity, rather than as a reluctant add-on to limit an employer’s risk.    

IN previous articles in this series I highlighted the ascendency of enhanced awareness of wellbeing and the need for occupational health (OH) to respond to the growing evidence that the wellbeing of staff contributes to.…

 

Dr Steve Boorman is a consultant occupational physician.

Author: Boorman S

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Occupational Health at Work April/May 2016 (vol. 12/6) pp21-24

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