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NEA Provided Massages to Employees to Boost Morale, Reduce Anxiety

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By    |   Thursday, 11 Aug 2016 11:41 AM

The National Endowment for the Arts, apparently a hotbed of stress and anxiety, provided seated Swedish massages for their employees last month during the workday, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

The Free Beacon obtained the flier that was distributed to NEA employees, inviting them to get a 15-minute fully-clothed massage on July 27.

The flier read, in part:

"Workplace massage can help reduce employee stress while improving overall job satisfaction. Stress at work can 'result in low morale, increased anxiety, and depression, as well as other health-related concerns.'"

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The National Endowment for the Arts, apparently a hotbed of stress and anxiety, provided seated Swedish massages for their employees last month during the workday, the Washington Free Beacon reported.
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