DOH, J&J establish BPO healthcare program

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The Department of Health and Johnson & Johnson has forged a partnership that establishes the BPO Healthcare Program. The program seeks to address the health issues affected the country’s more than 1.3 million BPO workers. The program aims to provide quality healthcare information to every agent so they can make better health choices. The BPO Healthcare Program will be implemented starting in the last quarter of this year and will comprise different activities aimed at ensuring that every BPO agent has access to quality healthcare information. Health problems that were often encountered by employees include headache, fatigue, eye strain, chest and back pain and voice problems.

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