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Managing Risks with Company Newsletters

Risks and productivity are closely linked, and no company would want to be on the high-risk-side of things. The equation is simple, if you are experiencing low productivity, then you know there must have been high risk (in most cases).

When you keep your employees informed with newsletters, you position the company as a whole against unnecessary risks. When employees are saying “I didn’t know that” then your Company Newsletters are attaining exactly what they were put out for.

In reducing risks, employees must be informed, with Company newsletters, you will over achieve in the area of risk control. Every company has a set of rules that employees must abide by, while it may be hard for employees to remember many of these, Company Newsletters will help keep your employees up-to-date while refreshing them on old rules at the same time.

Company newsletters will allow you to elaborate on the types of risks that exist, which in turn will allow your employees to recognize them. The risks you seek to avoid may be either legal or financial; and financial risks may be of two sorts; direct or indirect.

Furthermore, company newsletters will help to keep employees and management informed of all applicable laws and regulations, which in turn would help you to avoid unnecessary exposure to financial risks. Newsletters also help to keep employees aware of the consequences that result from discrimination and harassment. Informing your employees of financial risks is simple as informing them of the consequent effect of such risk, indirect financial risk may be fines or court costs related; one which may arise from on the job harassment and discrimination. Managing financial risks will also include indirect financial risks, one that leads to reduced productivity; examples include absenteeism and reduced employee performance.

Good Company newsletters will also emphasize workplace safety, injury prevention and recovery. Though risk management may be seen as only affecting the managerial segment of a company, the key is to gain and hold your employees attention by informing them of how risks will affect the company as whole. (e.g., reduced spending, lay offs, e.t.c). When you devote time to newsletters, you set in place a mechanism for success in that risks are addressed.

When employees are well informed of a particular risk, they will avoid that risk. When employees are aware of a company’s do’s and don’ts, risks are generally reduced. 

WorkLife Excel is your answer to great company newsletter and we will live by the topics and goals outlined above. Get a free trial to WorkLife Excel company newsletter here. We will email to you a pricing brochure with all the options explained along with past issues.

Daniel Feerst, LISW, Publisher-in-Chief
Executive Editor and Founding Publisher 1-800-626-4327

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