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Health Promotion and Workers Productivity: A Review of Literature


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1 Dronacharya Govt. College, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
2 Amity University, Rajasthan, India
     

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Health Promotional strategies in India has changed over the years. It was preventive initially but now health care is becoming curative just as in most developed countries because it helps in increasing productivity of employees. Although preventive health care in India is in nascent stage but with highly growing competition companies have realized the value of human resource and understood that company's productivity and profit rests on employees health and work. This paper aims to present review on association between health promotion and workers productivity and power of prevention in addressing solutions for managing total health and productivity costs.

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Health Promotion, Employee Productivity, Prevention, Work.
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Garima Yadav
Dronacharya Govt. College, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Komal Chawla
Amity University, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


Health Promotional strategies in India has changed over the years. It was preventive initially but now health care is becoming curative just as in most developed countries because it helps in increasing productivity of employees. Although preventive health care in India is in nascent stage but with highly growing competition companies have realized the value of human resource and understood that company's productivity and profit rests on employees health and work. This paper aims to present review on association between health promotion and workers productivity and power of prevention in addressing solutions for managing total health and productivity costs.

Keywords


Health Promotion, Employee Productivity, Prevention, Work.