Workplace eye injuries are one of the most common with over 20,000 cases reported annually. The best part is that most of these injuries can be prevented by using the right eye safety gear and assessing your work environment. As an employer, it’s critical to provide the right safety training and incorporate different safety elements to keep your employees safe.
Pre-employment tests are now used by employers to screen and assess applicants; they are also known as assessments as they give you a better perspective of your applicants, making the recruiting process easier. As an employer, you can increase your chances of hiring qualified candidates through the use of pre-employment tests. If administered correctly, these assessments can help your company cut down hiring costs, not to forget, save hours spent interviewing.
Mental health is a big issue for businesses. Unfortunately, most businesses are not doing enough to discuss this issue and create the right environment for employees. Mental health issues have a huge impact on employee well-being and are a leading cause of long-term absence from work.
Harmful noise levels in the workplace lead to decreased productivity, stress, and importantly, hearing loss of those affected. It is important for employers to be knowledge about your employees working conditions to ensure that working conditions are safe.
What you need to know about keeping our youth safe on the worksite.
Most Canadians have experienced lower back pain or dysfunction at some stage in their lives. This nagging pain may have kept them from the activities they enjoy and affected their quality of life.
Although legalization of cannabis in Canada is expected to go ahead this spring, employer education remains a missing but necessary part of the legalization equation.