At the Walton-on-Thames Air Products factory workers can choose from a variety of exercise programmes in the on-site fitness centre. Options range from tummy toning and yoga to full-on martial arts. The toughest of the shopfloor hardbodies can also take classes from the centre's boss, demon sprinter and British Olympic Team hopeful Susan Williams. Keeping the workforce in tip-top shape boosts morale and productivity, say managers.
Joining a business after rapid growth, Russ Shaw found himself tasked with doing some trimming.
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