Rob Lowe hosts an episode of "On Demand" on workplace fitness

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The trend of allowing employees the opportunity to remain fit is discussed on the program.

Today’s working environment is fast-paced. It’s crucial for employers and employees to keep healthy and fit. Health working behaviours promotes increased productivity, reduces absenteeism and cuts down on work-related injuries. Most employers have adopted work fitness programs to achieve this. But how is it working? Are their noticeable benefits?

In the next episode of “On Demand’ series, Rob Lowe opens a segment that ventures into workplace fitness programs. Together with guests, the topic will be dissected and bisected to keep viewers informed on why these programs are essential. 'On Demand' has carved a niche in the educational programming space.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 63% of employees working in all state and government departments had to access to fitness programs in 2017. 39% of workers in the private sector accessed the services as well. Some employers offer workers incentives and plan to encourage them to achieve their health goals. Most of the programs range from physical fitness, stress management, nutrition education, lifestyle, blood pressure, quitting smoking to weight control.

Despite efforts by the government to promote such programs, not all employees enroll or have access. Access varies with wages, especially in the private sector where highest paid have more access than lowest paid. However, most organizations have embraced wellness program. 70% of employers in the US provide these services to make a significant impact in reducing healthcare costs.

“On Demand” series provides high quality and informative episodes to viewers thanks to high standards set on them before being dispatched for broadcasting. The show continues to thrive and gain many viewers. Viewers can tune in our next episodes to learn more on workplace fitness programs and so much more.

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