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Workplace Health Promotion and Wellbeing

Author: Andersen, L.L. · Proper, K.I. · Punnert, L. · Wynne, R. · Persson, R. · Wiezer, N.M.
Source:The Scientific World Journal
Identifier: 527843
doi: doi:10.1155/2015/606875
Article number: 606875
Keywords: Workplace · Workplace · Workers · Health · Employers · Employees · Absenteeism · Behavior change · Editorial · Exercise · Health behavior · Health promotion · Human · Industrialization · Musculoskeletal disease · Resource management · United States · Wellbeing · Work environment · Work and Employment · Healthy Living · Life · WHC - Work, Health and Care · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences


For most humans work is an important fact of life and something that is necessary for survival and individual wellbeing. However, the circumstances under which we work may vary considerably and are, in part, contingent on geographical location, governmental regulations, design of social welfare systems, production systems, and human resource management strategies. In many industrialized countries, demographic developments entailing an ageing workforce increase the importance of developing sustainable employments.