In 2019, employees in the province of British Columbia (Canada) missed more than three million days of work due to work-related incidents. As a business owner and employer, it’s your responsibility to try and protect the health and safety of your employees by preventing workplace injuries. Prioritizing the safety of your employees not only helps protect them from potentially tragic injuries and reduces the costs associated with missed time, but it also helps drive employee retention.
No employee wants to sacrifice their personal safety for an employer who does not care about them. When employees do not feel safe at work, they are likely to seek other employment. A strong safety program that emphasizes communication and injury prevention will improve your ability to retain employees for the long term. A commitment and investment in health and safety is the best way to protect your greatest resource – your people.
Particularly for companies operating in higher-risk industries, workplace safety can be a key driver of employee retention. It’s also important to consider the influence that a company’s safety reputation has on the ability to attract top talent. A strong culture of workplace safety can provide a competitive advantage when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent.
Using the Sincron HR platform managers can launch health and safety committees, save meeting minutes, and share events. Managers and employees can note and raise safety concerns while HR can periodically post surveys to track employee morale and garner feedback on this critical issue. In addition:
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