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Here’s what employers should consider as employees return to work.
Not only do you, as an employer, have a legal duty to protect your employees from stress at work, it is in your best interest.
Employers must protect all employees in order to protect themselves from personal prosecution. This article discusses the key reasons why employers should invest in lone worker solutions to aid in protecting their employees.
Lone worker solutions are available to protect both staff and managers. This article highlights the ways in which the usage of these solutions can be increased.
Lone worker protection is an essential part of a health and safety strategy in any firm with staff who work alone. This blog post looks at how to implement it into your existing policies.
A report on progress into the Suzy Lamplugh Trust’s new code suggests more still needs to be done to ensure the safety of agents and other lone property industry workers.
Employers hold the main responsibility for protecting the health and safety of lone workers. After extensive research, we identified the 5 biggest risks to lone workers as follows: lack of training, lack of security, health risks, lack of resources and perceived culture.
At the heart of safeguarding your lone workers is Pick Protection’s cloud-based technology.
What factors do you consider when deciding between a lone worker smartphone app or a dedicated lone worker device? One thing that drives us all is cost. But without functionality, it’s simply a waste of money and resources.
Texting beats talking for 75% of millennials (aged 23 to 38 in 2019), according to a recent study conducted by OpenMarket*. Opposable thumbs are winning over vocal cords in the world of constant communication.
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