Ergonomics Finds a Growing Role in Reducing the Cost of Obesity for Employers
Costs rise for employers as American workers grow in circumference. A report
released by the California Department of Health Services concludes that obesity
costs the state $21 billion annually, and that employers bear $16 billion of that
amount in health insurance, worker compensation claims and lost productivity. No
estimate is available for the national cost, but California
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