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Amazon boxes showing Amazon logo By the end of 2021, plans call for WorkingWell to cover all of Amazon’s operations network in the U.S., with the aim of reducing recordable incident rates by 50% by 2025. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Amazon continues its push into the health and wellness space with the launch of WorkingWell.

The new program provides employees of the online retailing giant with physical and mental activities, wellness exercises, and healthy eating support that the company says are scientifically proven to reenergize and reduce risk of injury. WorkingWell is part of Amazon’s $300 million investment into safety projects this year as part of its mission to be “Earth’s safest place to work” — a play on “Earth’s biggest bookstore,” an early Amazon slogan.

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