Limiting Factors in Promoting Corporation Fitness Programs in Hong Kong: A Review of Literature
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract in English only.
Corporations have begun to focus on introducing employees' health fitness programs because they realized that improvement of employees' health will result with increased productivity, better morale, raised job satisfaction, minimized absenteeism, enhanced stability of the work force, lowered turnover, reduced medical claims. In striving to deliver quality employees' fitness program in an effective manner, managers and program planners should be concerned with examining the factors that limit the promotion of employees' fitness programs. The limiting factors can be examined under two domains: supply (the corporations) and demand (employees) using Conceptual or Empirical methods.
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