Sunday, August 19, 2012
Exercise Increases Productivity
Research finds that employees who exercised during work were more productive than those who relaxed or worked during those hours.
Group 1 exercised 2.5 hours/week, Group 2 relaxed during those 2.5 hours while Group 3 worked through those 2.5 hours. Not only did productivity increase over 6 months and 1 year, but Group 1 employees also lost less time to sick days.