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Johnson & Johnson: The Promotion of Wellness 

Johnson & Johnson: The Promotion of Wellness
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Johnson & Johnson: The Promotion of Wellness
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John A. Quelch

and Carin-Isabel Knoop

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10.1093/med/9780190235123.003.0001
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date: 28 October 2020

Every company has a public health footprint and should strive to insure that this is as positive as possible. The public health footprint stems from (a) the benefits and costs associated with using the company’s products and service, (b) the wellness of the company’s direct employees and those workers engaged in the company’s supply chain, and (c) the environmental impact of the company’s activities.

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