Employee engagement and the impact on workers compensation costs
03 October 2017
Level 15, 125 St Georges Terrace
PwC’s Employment Services team invite you to a seminar where we will share our insights into how organisations can maximise employee engagement, increase productivity and reduce employee turnover, while in turn achieving reductions in workers compensation costs and premiums.
This seminar is suitable for senior executives who are responsible for maximising the effectiveness and productivity of the organisation and its people, and those who have an interest in improving employee engagement and reducing employment related costs, particularly costs associated with workers compensation.
The cost of stress related workers compensation claims has risen by 25% in the last 5 years. It is estimated 11 billion dollars is lost per year through absenteeism, presenteeism and compensation claims. Many of these issues can be mitigated through addressing the fundamental issue of organisational mental fitness, a proven methodology that has enabled organisations to substantially reduce their workers compensation costs, while also reducing employee turnover, and improving productivity.
Are your organisation’s workers compensation premiums substantially higher than gazetted rates? Are workers compensation costs, poor productivity or high turnover affecting organisational performance? Does your labour hire and recruitment provider give you resources that are adequately equipped for the job? Is your broker doing enough to reduce your insurance costs?
Please register your attendance at https://events.pwc.com.au/employee-engagement by Thursday 21 September 2017.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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