What is Employee Wellbeing and Incident Report Management?
As an HR professional in today’s ever-changing environment, you’re wearing more hats than ever – but core to your skillset is your ability to keep your organization’s employees safe. You’re dedicated to identifying trends and putting the necessary procedures in place to prevent incidents and keep threats at bay. This can be a challenge today amidst the pandemic, where stakes are higher than ever and there are more regulations coming from every angle.
Having a formalized program for protecting employee well-being and managing incidents promotes a healthy and transparent culture and demonstrates respect for your employees, stakeholders, and community at large. So what’s the best way to make it clear that you’re prioritizing health and safety? Start with LogicManager’s point HR solution for employee wellbeing and incident management.
Disregarding employee well-being can quickly lead to employee dissatisfaction, which creates a toxic environment, higher churn rates, and lower productivity. In today’s polarizing times, you’re at an even greater risk of these losses. Add in the fact that we’re living in a See-Through Economy, and prioritizing employee well-being and incident management seems like a no-brainer; employees and customers alike will judge you based on how you plan for and react to crises. If there are negative Glassdoor reviews, LinkedIn posts, or anything else online suggesting that you ignore employee complaints and feedback, you’ll inevitably earn yourself a negative reputation.
Employees are both your number one asset and number one liability. Their criticisms can be wide-ranging, including how well you’re keeping your employees protected from COVID-19 and how they’re handling the new digital working environment. No matter what the implications, ignored complaints or grievances can be a lawsuit waiting to happen.