It’s no secret that having a healthy workforce is a benefit to both company managers and the bottom-line. Research shows healthy employees are more productive, have less absenteeism, and tend to be more engaged with the work they are doing. But with 47% of the US workforce being aging baby boomers and 69% of those over the age of 20 being considered overweight or obese, it is unlikely your company will simply inherit a healthy workforce.
Instead, smart companies are investing in proactive, preventative measures to ensure their workforce is healthy and able to effectively complete their tasks. However, not all injury prevention programs are created equal
Get access to our download and examine common mistakes that are made when creating a prevention program and some tips for how to avoid these pitfalls.