In recent weeks, our blog posts have highlighted workplace success stories. These examples range from offering routine ergonomic assistance to creating highly specialized return-to-work plans for employees who have suffered serious health issues. Perhaps these stories have inspired you to get in touch with our team of experts to learn more about helping an employee [...]
Having to adjust to working through pain is something that no employee should have to do. When an employee’s pain level starts to inhibit his or her performance at work, employers have a lot to consider. This pain could contribute to a loss of productivity, or time off work for treatment and recovery.
Since the Workplace Possibilities blog launched, we’ve shared tips and examples to help manage employee productivity based on the expertise of our on-site consultants. Starting next week, we’ll be sharing even more success stories with you from our team of experts, who also assist in return-to-work and stay-at-work accommodations.
Throughout our Productivity Insight series, The Standard has explored a new take on the benefits discussion. There is more than what meets the eye when it comes to the impact employee health has on an organization; employers need to realize that the costs of health-related lost productivity can well exceed the costs of poor employee health.
Recent statistics show that in addition to economic sluggishness and fewer jobs for American employees, the Great Recession also has contributed to an increased incidence of employee disability claims. Employers are doing more with less due to the economy, which, in turn, is taking a toll on employees. Larger workloads and longer hours often cause employees stress or even health issues.
In the current economy, every penny counts. Workplace productivity is now more essential than ever, especially because many companies have downsized workforces. As a result, employees are stretched thin and are being asked to do more with less.