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Evaluation Public Health Programs o Evaluation Targets of Evaluation: Direct cost benefit factors Process and program factors Subjective factors Corporate culture factors Direct cost benefit factors: Reduced absenteeism Reduced turnover rate Reduced health care cost Reduced accidents Reduced workers compensation claims Reduced number of sick days and hours lost Decreased recruitment and retraining costs Improved productivity Decreased disability days Reduced health care utilization o Evaluation Targets Process and program factors: Number of employees attending programs Number of employees who complete programs Employee attitude toward programs and facilities Behavior change data Environmental support data Change in health risk Subjective Factors Improved morale Improved community relations Improved job satisfaction Improved quality of work Enhanced attitude toward health
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  • Spring '17
  • DebraJ.Tavasso
  • Computer program

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