Disasters can take many forms and developing an emergency preparedness plan is crucial – here are six elements you should include within it.
As leaders, we have a duty of care—a responsibility to safeguard our employees and visitors. Why? Because when safety measures are lacking in places of business, lives are at risk.
The APA has reported that the majority of employees working from home say they experienced negative mental health impacts, including isolation, loneliness and difficulty getting away from work at the end of the day.
Several factors increase a nurse’s risk of facing workplace violence, including directly dealing with patients who have a history of violence or who may be delirious or under the influence of drugs.
Remote work is commonplace but often brings additional risks to consider. While some of these problems have quick, painless solutions, others can pose serious dangers to your company and, most importantly, your employees.