Companies that build healthier workplaces experience lower health care use and costs.
Impact of marijuana use on involuntary job loss has increased since early 2000s.
Division-level impact shows 'contextual effect' of workplace bullying.
Experts seek to build the research base for TWH approach.
People exposed to the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center have elevated rates of alcohol- or drug-related death.
A computer app prompting desk workers to take breaks from sitting leads to significant and lasting reductions in blood pressure.
A wide range of social factors have a major influence on employees' health and the employers' bottom line.
New framework identifies important concepts for use in assessing worker health and well-being.
Companies with higher culture of health assessment scores show more progress in controlling health costs.