Memo on the Rocky Mountain Mutual Health and Fitness Center


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Memo on the Rocky Mountain Mutual Health and Fitness Center
The objective of this memo is to highlight the different benefits and advantages that have been enjoyed by the Rocky Mountain Mutual in the past three years since the inception of the health and fitness center (gymnasium) on the premises and also to introduce workplace related research that has been carried out in the recent past that points to the many benefits that can be reaped by employers who provide their employees with facilities for exercising and leading a healthy lifestyle.
To: Zachary Evans, Vice President Operations, Rocky Mountain Mutual
From: Joe
, Claims Manager, Rocky Mountain Mutual
Subject: Continuing to Maintain the Employee Health and Fitness...
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.....s higher than the benefits, it has been seen that in the long run the organization stands to gain immensely.
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