Exercise at work boosts output
Devoting time to physical activity at the workplace seems to lead to higher productivity.
A study shows that it is possible to use work time for exercise or other health-promoting measures and still attain the same or even higher production levels.
The same production levels with fewer work hours means higher productivity, besides benefiting individuals healthwise as a result of physical activity, the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine reports.
Those who exercised also reported improvements in self-assessed productivity