Doing Well: What’s the Real Value of Employee Wellness Programs?

The first scholarly interrogation of the relationship between health and the workplace was published by Bernardino Ramazzini, an Italian physician and professor born in 1633. In 1700, Ramazzini published “De Morbis Artificum Diatriba,” or “Diseases of Workers,” the book that would earn him the title of “the father of occupational medicine.” In the book, Ramazzini … Continue reading Doing Well: What’s the Real Value of Employee Wellness Programs?