A Report to Determine the Benefits of a Good Staff Welfare System
21ST October 2012
Introduction 1 Executive Summary 1 Staff welfare and organisational objectives 1 Process for assessing staff welfare 2 Actions to be taken 2 Communicating responsibilities for staff welfare 3 Recording and maintaining staff welfare systems 4 Conclusion 4 Bibliography 4
1.1 This report has been asked for by my manager to determine the benefits to the company of good and well integrated staff welfare system. Recent statistics produced by the companies Human Resources department show that the levels of sickness and absenteeism are unacceptably high.
2.1 This Report considers 5 main objectives:
Discuss the relationship between staff welfare and organisational objectives.
Explain the process for assessing staff welfare.
Identify the actions to be taken by the manager in dealing with a staff welfare Issue.
Describe how to communicate responsibilities for staff welfare to then team.
Discuss records that may be maintained to demonstrate that staff welfare is supported.
3.Discuss the relationship between staff welfare and organisational objectives.
The relationship between staff welfare and organisational objectives can be can be a bit of a balancing act but there are many basic requirements we all expect when we go to work:
Safe working conditions / work environment (risk assessments carried out)
Safety from any kind of harassment e.g. bullying, sexual, racial.
Good employee relations with people being treated with dignity and respect.
Adequate induction into the company and ongoing training.
Some of these