Using Gomila and Hanser’s Chapter 3 (R&B) evaluate the United States’ war on drugs policy based on Gene Bonham’s (Chapter 1, R&B) seven essentials to good policy.
counseling increased their step count. “Participants assigned to the workplace walking programme increased their step counts by over 968 steps at the end of the intervention. Participants given encouragement to increase their workplace walking also demonstrated an increase of over 699 steps.” (Malik Para 25) This concludes that workers that participated in the workplace activities increased their steps and physical activity which in turn is a great benefit to them. Both sources showed ways that companies can intervene in helping their employees and showed that there are big positives in implementing these. Physical activity brings plenty of benefits, it prevents very deadly diseases, improves mood and productive and companies that don’t implement it only harm themselves. Without physical activity to stimulate the employees it would only affect companies as the employee production would go down and employee’s health would be at risk, keeping them from doing work. Employers have some easy ways to get people involved in fitness, by instituting health clubs and giving employees fitness trackers, these could also be back up with incentives to motivate employees to get healthy. Implementing physical activity is only a plus to companies, and only it is a necessity, all the studies I have read seem to pinpoint work as a great avenue to expand people’s fitness. Because people spend so much time sitting when they could use that time or be given short breaks to get them physically active. What is important is getting people physically active, it will prevent more negatives, and create more positives and create better working environments.>GET ANSWER