Exit interviews could thwart future workplace accidents

With more than 4.1 million employees experiencing a serious injury or illness every year, one of the easiest ways to avert incidents and hazardous situations in the workplace is to communicate with employees about any concerns they have. Collecting feedback about safety can be difficult, however, especially if it is from workers who are leaving the company to go onto other careers. According to the Society for Human Resource Continue reading

Sleep deprivation increases employees’ risk of injury

Many studies conducted over the years have highlighted the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, but recent findings suggest sleep deprived workers may be at risk of injuring themselves and others. According to Harvard University and the University Hospital in Leeds, United Kingdom, employees with sleep disorders are more likely to be involved in an accident on the job and can create other dangerous incidents. Businesses may want to Continue reading