A reference for anyone who designs, manages, evaluates or studies workplace health promotion programs. The chapters of the book are organised into six major sections. The three chapters devoted to The Health Promotion Concept, include the health perspective, the business case and the AMSO Framework. The four chapters on Management cover how to design, manage, evaluate, and market a program. The five chapters on Core Theories describe the behaviour change theories most important for health promotion: goal setting, Transtheoretical Model, incentives, self efficacy, and tailoring. The eight chapters on Building Skills address health assessment, fitness, nutrition, stress management, weight control,obesity, tobacco control, decision support and Eployee Assistance Programs. The two chapters on Enhancing Opportunities discuss the impact of social relationships on organisation culture. The final chapter is on challenges in small business settings.