Corporate wellness programs: an overview

@inproceedings{Burke2014CorporateWP,
  title={Corporate wellness programs: an overview},
  author={Ronald J. Burke},
  year={2014}
}
  • R. Burke
  • Published 28 November 2014
  • Psychology
Organizations today are facing new and major challenges, including globalization, meeting the needs of customers, change and transformation, adopting new technologies, attracting and retaining the best talent, decreasing costs and increasing revenues, and building organizational capability. Organizations can copy the technology, manufacturing processes, products and strategies of their competitors but they cannot easily copy their human resource management processes (Pfeffer, 1998). Critical… 
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