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Employees at Delano business take time for recess

Recess is not just for kids anymore according to a business in Delano that encourages its employees to play. An adult "recess" takes place everyday at Landscape Structures, a company that makes playground equipment. The Wellness Program Director says the play time has an impact on employee's happiness and health. Thirty-two percent of employees have reduced BMIs thanks to game time.
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Recess is not just for kids anymore, according to a business in Delano that encourages its employees to play.

KARE 11 says an adult "recess" takes place everyday at Landscape Structures, a company that makes playground equipment.

The Wellness Program Director says the play time has an positive impact on employees' happiness and health.

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