Evaluation Of An Investment Of Onsite Fitness Service

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Business Report Title INTRODUCTION The purpose of this research is to study if the investment of onsite fitness service is worthy to do and how the on-site fitness center can benefit employee and employer, both in the short term (the same day), and in the long term (for years and decades). Purpose and scope Everyone wants to get high productivity and efficiency in completing their work. There are lots of studies have shown that employees, who get regular exercise, have better performance on the job. From employees’ point of view, one of the competitive benefits that companies are offering is a full-service, on-site fitness facilities for their employees. While this certainly is significant, it may not be enough, for employers to begin installing onsite fitness center. However, there are a number of other reasons that the investment of onsite fitness center can benefit both employees of the company, and the employer itself. Methods and organization The Public Health Agency of Canada estimates 16 million adult Canadians spend half of their waking hours at work, making it increasingly difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Background The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute says just one-fifth of small Canadian businesses offers fitness or physical activities for employees. Employees typically no longer stay at one company for their entire adult lives-or even for 10 or 15 years. Companies not only compete for the best employees, but they also try to

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