Study links presenteeism to lifestyle, wellness support

01/16/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Employees who had unhealthy diets were 66% more likely to have high presenteeism than those who ate healthier foods, while workers who exercised occasionally were 50% more likely to have presenteeism than colleagues who worked out more regularly, according to a study in the journal Population Health Management. Researchers found employees who said company management did not support efforts to be physically active or emotionally healthy were much more likely to have high presenteeism.

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