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What the papers say - FINANCIAL TIMES

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Health promotion at work improves productivity and gives a positive return on investment.

A study by the Harvard Medical School reveals that giving health advice packs to staff can cut sick leave and stress.

A new management bonus scheme has been approved by Jarvis shareholders. The company, which narrowly avoided collapse from a massive debt burden, has offered its executives up to three times their salaries in bonuses.

Extending London's congestion charging zone will cut the cost of travelling around central London from £8 to just 80p a day for those inside the zone. Research by Oxford University shows the extension will benefit Kensington & Chelsea residents who will be inside the new zone when it is established in February 2007.

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