NOSHA News February 2016

Fewer Than Half of U.S. Employers Offer Support Following Workplace Trauma U.S. companies spend billions each year to provide wellness initiatives, employee assistance programs and flexible working arrangements for their employees. But according to the results of a new national poll measuring the impact of traumatic workplace events, most employers fall short of providing emotional support for their employees when it’s most needed most. The poll found that 53 percent working Americans have experienced a traumatic event while on the job. But among those, less than half (46 percent) said their employer offered any type of support to help them grieve, cope or recover in the aftermath. At the sa

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