Focusing on immediate OH risk could open employer doors, says Health Shield

Homeworker & returner Duty of Care

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Focusing on immediate OH risk could open employer doors, says Health Shield

Future of work strategies demand an fresh look at risk assessment, as well as wellbeing, says friendly society

Health Shield, a provider of wellbeing services, has added a series of risk assessment questionnaires to its recently launched Occupational Health (OH) platform, suggesting that intermediaries focus on the Duty of Care responsibilities facing employers right now - responsibilities that have taken a back seat for many over the last year - with a view to opening doors to wider wellbeing needs over time. Estimates during the last lockdown suggest that 60% of the UK workforce was still working from...

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