- Examines How Total Wellness Programs Can Help Recruit and Retain Employees in Today’s Tight Labor Market
WorkWell, the experts in preventing and treating sprains, strains, and back pain, announced the launch of a new eBook on The Big Resignation. At a time when companies are struggling with a tight labor market, WorkWell eBook offers insight into how industry-leading companies are leveraging total wellness to recruit and retain employees.
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With U.S. job openings at their highest in over two years, many companies nationwide are short-staffed and struggling to fill positions, so they are rushing to onboard. These actions are often in direct conflict with a company’s emphasis on employee total health. Skipping critical components of the hiring process is causing more worker injuries, increased litigation, higher healthcare costs, lower staff productivity, and more turnover. Musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries are the most common workplace injuries and negatively affect workers’ physical and emotional health and result in a loss of productivity from absenteeism and presenteeism.
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This eBook discusses strategies to maintain a tight workforce, particularly as the economy picks up and workers find that other opportunities are open to them. The eBook also examines how employee total wellness can be a game-changer.
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