Are your employment practices putting your people and profitability at risk?
Profits and people are at risk if you do not have an effective return-to-work program—establishing and managing an effective, strategic early return-to-work program can generate workers’ compensation savings.
Profits and people are at risk if you do not promote individual and group accountability for safety and workers’ compensation—aligning individual and group accountability can increase participation and diligence, making programs more effective, and reducing costs.
Profits and people are at risk if you have not linked your employee actions, work practices, or behavior with
ergonomic solutions—linking ergonomics with performance management or behavioral techniques can drive down workers’ compensation costs, improving trust and communication as well as productivity.
Profits and people are at risk if you do not benchmark your program and compare results to industry peers—using a consistent, centralized approach to data collection and benchmarking can help identify new opportunities, reduce costs, and improve productivity.