Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan - (Page 14)
Technology has made our jobs easier, but with that ease comes the responsibility of sitting behind a desk or a wheel all day. Due to sedentary lifestyles, employees are more apt to be unhealthy, which results in more missed work. In turn, short-term disability and health care costs go up while productivity goes down. Business and industry executives can encourage active lifestyle changes for employees and their families by creating workplace policies, leveraging community resources, and using health incentives. It will encourage a better standard of living and a healthier company culture.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan
NCPPA - Make the Move
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Schools, Afterschool, Early Child Care
Parks, Recreation, Fitness and Sports
Neighborhoods and Transportation
Media and Marketing
Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan
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