Workplace wellness programming in low-and middle-income countries: a qualitative study of corporate key informants in Mexico and India

According to a new report published by the USC Institute for Global Health researchers and collaborators, evidence suggests a there is a growing need for workplace wellness initiatives in low-and middle-income countries. The qualitative study, published in Globalization and Health, presents takeaways from key informant interviews conducted between March and July 2016 in Mexico and India, and explores corporations’ and stakeholders’ views, attitudes and expectations in relation to health, wellness and cancer prevention.

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Authors: Heather Wipfli, Kristin Dessie Zacharias, Nuvjote (Nivvy) Hundal, Luz Myriam Reynales Shigematsu, Deepika Bahl, Monika Arora, Shalini Bassi and Shubha Kumar
Published By: Globalization & Health
Date: May 19, 2018
Publication Link: https://globalizationandhealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12992-018-0362-9