Everything can be going fine at work when suddenly health risks pop up. An employee receives a devastating diagnosis, is injured in an accident or feels terrible and can’t get a good answer as to what’s wrong. Heart disease, for instance, kills the most Americans every year, according to the American Heart Association. There are also 222,500 new cases of lung cancer each year, the American Lung Association noted. Additionally, 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke in the U.S. every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added.
There’s always something that can affect an employee. Even if you inherited the best genes ever, you’re not immune to an accident that causes long-term problems. What can you, the employer, do when employees face health risks?
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