Gesundheit als Führungsaufgabe

June 2012
Ergotherapie & Rehabilitation;Jun2012, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p8
An article is presented from the Berufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (Professional Association for Health Services and Welfare Care, BGW) on the importance of health for business leaders inasmuch as it impacts the motivation and fitness of his or her staff.


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