Increased physical activity among employees could save billions through improved productivity, research suggests
‘The Economics of Exercise' report, carried out by PJM Economics and commissioned by AXA PPP healthcare, has found that if all employees met the recommended 75 minutes of vigorous activity or 150 minutes of moderate activity a week - just over 20 minutes a day - UK businesses could save up to £6.6bn each year. Drawing upon a range of sources including academic literature, official statistics, studies by government departments and evidence reported by private organisations, the research uses economic...
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