Programs launched to promote employee health

"Healthy employers" will be chosen, and offline activities will also be organized to help employees improve their awareness and knowledge of keeping healthy.

The Chinese Human Resource Management Association announced in Shanghai over the weekend that it will organize a series of programs to promote the health of employees in China.

It will join hands with China International Intellectech (Shanghai) Co, a leading state-owned human resources service company, to conduct a comprehensive survey among enterprise employees about what they want their employers to do for them in regards to health management.

Based on the survey, they will work out some standards to seek out “healthy employers” with outstanding performance when it comes to caring for the health of employees.

Offline activities will also be organized to help employees improve their awareness and knowledge of keeping healthy.

“With social development, people are increasingly concerned about health,” said Shan Weimin, general manager of China International Intellectech (Shanghai) Co. “We are now trying to make employers and society more aware of the importance of employees’ health, and guide them to do better to ensure and promote the health of employees.”


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