The historic labor shortage is straining businesses today.
When shorthanded, overstrained employees can:
- Get hurt more easily,
- Make mistakes, causing liability risks.
- Get in more auto accidents.
- Damage property and equipment.
To offset labor shortage risks, businesses can:
- Offer better pay and benefits
- Leverage automation and technology
- Broaden their hiring pool
- Emphasize safety and training
- Re-evaluate risk management programs
Tackling the labor shortage takes talent. We can help.
The labor shortage is raising questions.
Today’s historic labor shortage means more than just a lag in hiring. Having overstrained, absent, or untrained workers carries insurance risks, from increased injuries and professional and product liabilities, to more auto accidents and damaged equipment.
Tackling the labor shortage takes talent — we can help.Get answers
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