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What happens if…
a key employee is no longer able to do their job due to serious illness or injury?
Will you still be able to operate as a sustainable business?
What impact will it have on your customers and how will it affect your bottom line?
The consequences of this happening can be:
Loss of key knowledge and skills
Increased costs of recruiting new staff
Disruption to your customers
Creates instability within other staff members
What is the answer?
A comprehensive rehabilitation program that is personalised to the individual that can
help the employee return to their original job or something very similar.
What are the benefits?
Retention of key skills and knowledge – this is valuable when there is an employment history in the role
Reduced costs – often the cost of rehabilitation is less than the cost of recruiting another worker
Maintain stability within customers
Grow loyal and committed staff – when staff see that the employer goes the extra mile, they will often become more loyal and committed.
What work means to me is that it gives me a reason to get out of bed in the morning. It gives me a routine and social contacts within the workplace and the opportunity to form friendships with colleagues.
The work keeps my skills up to date and keeps my brain active.John Blakeman