Staff-wellness programmes yield little benefit, study shows

NEW YORK • Companies have long embraced staff-wellness programmes as a way to improve workers’ health and reduce overall medical spending, but a new study may prompt employers to rethink those efforts.

The study, published last week in Jama, a medical journal, looked at the experience of 33,000 workers at American retailer BJ’s Wholesale Club over 1½ years.

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