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Making Work Less Stressful and More Engaging for Your Employees

Making Work Less Stressful and More Engaging for Your Employees

We all know that excessive stress is a health hazard. What is less talked about are the effects of burnout on business performance. Stress makes people nearly three times as likely to leave their jobs, temporarily impairs strategic thinking, and dulls creative abilities. Burnout, then, is a threat to your bottom line, one that costs the U.S. more than $300 billion a year in absenteeism, turnover, diminished productivity, and medical, legal, and insurance costs.

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Daylight Savings Kicks off Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

Daylight Savings Kicks off Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

Even though Americans gained an hour of sleep this past weekend, workers are still urged to prioritize sleep—especially because driving drowsy is comparable to driving intoxicated. Hopefully, the daylight savings “fall back” gave you an extra hour of sleep last weekend. However, most Americans don’t get enough sleep in the first place, so and even with the extra hours of sleep, workers are susceptible to fatigue and workplace risks.

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Eliminating workplace hazards through training

Eliminating workplace hazards through training

Companies often treat the idea of developing a plan around a “safe culture” as something that would be “nice to have one day,” but it’s put on the back burner as other initiatives and business goals take priority. It’s not until a major incident – or even worse, a fatality – occurs that these companies finally get serious about safety. By then it’s too late, resulting in a demoralized workforce, a tarnished reputation and a feeling of regret that they weren’t more proactive.

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Minimizing Motor Vehicle Crashes: How Telematics is the New Driver Safety Measure

Minimizing Motor Vehicle Crashes: How Telematics is the New Driver Safety Measure

With operator error contributing to nearly all motor vehicle crashes, employers are looking for new ways to incentivize good driving and track dangerous driving. With telematics, this is becoming much easier. Calling the number on the “How’s My Driving” bumper sticker is not the only way employers can remain informed on their drivers’ safety. With the recent growing technology in telematics, employers can track, evaluate, and reward employee driving tendencies.

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