Effect of a comprehensive health promotion program on employee attitudes
A 2-year study was conducted to evaluate the effect of a health promotion program on the work-related attitudes of employees. The study employed a quasi-experimental design with nonequivalent control groups. The change in employee attitudes at companies that participated in the program was significantly greater and more favorable than that found at nonparticipating companies. Significant change was found on attitudes toward organizational commitment, supervision, working conditions, job competence, pay and fringe benefits, and job security
Holzbach, RL., Piserchia, P., McFadden, D., Hartwell, T., Herrmann, A., & Fielding, JE. (1990). Effect of a comprehensive health promotion program on employee attitudes. Journal of Occupational Medicine, 32(10), 973-978.