Employee Wellness Practices in Japan
Most of us strive for a well-balanced work and personal life. But with the lines between the two continuing to blur, organisations have placed a huge emphasis on wellness programs. The aim of these programs is to help employees create a healthier self, because healthier people are usually happier, and are definitely more productive. But the uptake of such programs in markets like Japan has been surprisingly low.
Stephane Voyer, Senior Vice-President Human Resources at LVMH Japan, discusses employee wellness practices that work in Japan.
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