Are you a good team that pulls together?
Your commitment to health and safety benefits your business
What do others do for health and safety and why does it pay off?
What are you doing well and what can you improve? (5–7 min)
How can you change things now? Recommendations for small businesses.
Seven-day weeks during the season, long working hours and high customer expectations: working in a tourism office can be very demanding, particularly in the high season. So, if an employee is off sick, everyone feels the effects.
Stress and overwork are a burden on you and your employees. This article gives you practical tips on how you, as a leader, can prevent health problems and absenteeism in your team.
Advice/points of contact, Tips/checklist
It pays off to talk about mental health – including at work. The focus of the campaign is on tips for how to talk about numerous life situations, both for those affected and for their relatives, friends or managers. Brochures deal with the issue of mental health at work and provide addresses where advice is available.
As leaders, we take the health of our staff very seriously. When employees feel at ease, it shows in the results – their work is creative, sound and completed on time. Faced with the skills shortage, we’re also very keen to be seen as an attractive employer. That’s why we want to create an environment where people can work happily, productively and well.
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