Study: Gender, age are key factors in wellness participation

01/10/2013 | Health Behavior News Service

Gender and age are key factors in whether employees participate in a telephone-based wellness program, according to a study from StayWell Health, Management in the American Journal of Health Promotion. Steve King of St. Mary's Hospital-SSM Health Care of Wisconsin said that the study questions some assumptions employers have about the relationship between corporate culture and wellness programs.

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