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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FITNESS LEVELS AND EMPLOYEE’S PERCEIVED PRODUCTIVITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ABSENTEEISM

@inproceedings{Wattles2003THERB,
  title={THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FITNESS LEVELS AND EMPLOYEE’S PERCEIVED PRODUCTIVITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ABSENTEEISM},
  author={Matthew G. Wattles and Chad Harris Boise},
  year={2003}
}
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FITNESS LEVELS AND EMPLOYEE’S PERCEIVED PRODUCTIVITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ABSENTEEISM. Matthew G. Wattles, Chad Harris. JEPonline. 2003;6(1): 24-32. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between various components of health-related fitness and employees perceived productivity, job satisfaction and absenteeism. One hundred forty-three individual employees of a northwest community completed a fitness assessment measuring percent body fat… 

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