How to Create a Skinny Operation

Fox, Adrienne
October 2010
HR Magazine;Oct2010, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p34
The article discusses the move of employers to help employees make healthy food choices. It states that the concept of eating to cope with stress prompted Chris Mittelstaedt to establish The Fruit Guys, a company which provides healthful food options to programmers. He emphasizes that executives are recognizing the need to inspire change in employee behaviour through accessible means. INSET: Foods Good for the Soul--and the Budget.


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