DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc., the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union and Windsor-Essex County Health Unit form the first joint public-private workplace wellness program in Canada. Working Towards Wellness is designed to improve the health of workers, retirees and their families, affecting about 65,000 people. DCC’s absenteeism rate is 5%-6%, not including workers on long-term disability. The CAW negotiated a wellness plan in their last contract and the car maker now has chosen – six months ...

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