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Topic: At Work Massage - Does it Add or Take away from productivity?

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goodhealth
Member since 08/25/2011
At Work Massage - Does it Add or Take away from productivity?
09/02/2011 / 9:54 pm    #-24

I've been pushing for at-work massages for employees since our industry involves a lot of stress in trying to present to the governmental agencies in order to get grants to fund our programs, working with prisoners and other difficult people, etc. I believe that massage will enable our associates to be more productive because they will feel less stressed after a 10-15 minute massage. But the thought occurred that it may be too disruptive to business to have a masseuse on site. What's your take?

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