Healthcare in the Workplace
By: Alyssa Deery
This page will explore the statistics of healthcare in the workplace
Why is healthcare so expensive? This video will explore the answer to this in a fun but serious way.
He's not being very safe, is he?
This article below shows and explains the costs and why they are so expensive for healthcare.
This article will explain the types of health issues workers may be exposes to, the statistics on how many people have gotten injuries/illnesses, and workers' rights/employer responsibilities.
These four charts below show statistics of health in the workforce ranging from injuries to illnesses.
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