Research: Employee Wellness Programmes

Research Paper Title The Impact of an Employee Wellness Programme in Clothing/Textile Manufacturing Companies: A Randomised Controlled Trial. Background The prevalence of health risk behaviours is growing amongst South African employees. Health risk behaviours have been identified as a major contributor to reduced health related quality of life (HRQoL) and the increased prevalence of non-communicable… Read More


Research: Sickness Absence can be predicted!

Sickness absence in adulthood can be predicted by factors measured in adolescence. However, they differ between men and women according to a Swedish longitudinal cohort study. For men, low achievement at school and having an unemployed father predicted their own sickness absence. For women, the factors associated with sickness absence included being educated mainly with other… Read More