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    Should wellness programs be part of every organization?

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    1. Do you think such wellness programs should be a part of every organization? Why?

    2. Are the costs of establishing such programs worth the benefits? Explain your answer.

    3. How do the company's wellness programs (those listed in the article) compare to the wellness program in your organization? If you do not have one, briefly what such a wellness program would entail.

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    1. Do you think such wellness programs should be a part of every organization? Why?

    I think a wellness program should be apart of every organization. This is because everyone gets healthy as a result, and lives longer. If a person has some type of medical condition, then they are able to recieve the necessary information on how to work out in order to prevent it from getting worse. Another example is if they are disabled from an accident, then they are able to recovery quickly by taking part in a wellness program at their work because then they are able to begin meeting customer's needs at a faster pace. In the end, the company benefits because they are able to have a higher job satisfaction rate as well as more interested people will want to work for them in the future.

    2. Are the costs of establishing ...

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    This solution provided examples and reasons on why it is important to have a wellness program within a company, and the benefits it has to everyone who participates in it.

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