Your Partner in Managing Employee Risks

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Last Updated: 20 January 2014
Created: 01 November 2011
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Risks are part of life.

Foreseen employee risks are pregnacy, resegnation and retirement.

Unforeseen risks in the workplace is crisis, accidents, health problems, trauma, crime, addiction, ect.

Wellness is a multidimensional state of being describing the existence of positive health in an individuals exemplified by quality of life and a sense of well-being. It is not the mere absence of disease. It is a proactive, preventative approach designed to achieve optimum levels of health, social and emotional functioning.

Wellness is an active process through which you become aware of and make choices toward a more successful existence.

The symptoms of Non-Wellness are:

•Absenteeism
•Stress to the extent of distress

•Lack of cooperation
•Procrastination
•Constant conflict and poor relationships with colleagues
•Addiction to substances (alcohol, drugs, over-the-counter or prescription medication), gambling, internet, pornography, ect.
•Complaint of unexplained aches and pains
•High personnel turn-over
•Violence at work or suicide attempts
•Increased safety risks and accidents
 
 
The impact of non-wellness is:
 
 
•Direct affect on productivity
•Impact on competitiveness
•Reduction in profits
•Increase in mistakes and work accidents
•Increase in personnel turnover
•Loss of skills and labour
•Increase losses
•Increase in insurance cost
•Stumped human development
•Increased absenteeism due to illness and funerals
•Decrease in employee morale
•Additional stress and frustration on management
•Additional burden to Human Resource and training personal
•Overload scarce resources
 

You are offered a model that is a tried and tested in our multi-cultral and diverse South Africa.

Your partner in solutions focused approach enable your employees to apply and carry knowledge, insights and solutions into other dymension of the workplace and their lives.

More information

Phone +27 12 3480149 or +27 83 700 1441

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