Duty of Care Check-up
Our duty of care check-up is designed to investigate whether your organisation lives up to its duty of care, with a focus on travelling employees. Through a five-step process, we draw up a 360° profile of your current duty of care setup. The check-up concludes with a report that illuminates the systems that you have in place and an evaluation of their efficacy. Based on the findings, we present a unique roadmap for how to strengthen your setup, so that your organisation becomes compliant with best practises.
Why Should I Evaluate?
Our duty of care check-up helps your organisation acquire the right duty of care setup, ensuring you avoid expensive services you don’t need. It also helps to identify which elements should be internalised and which can be outsourced. Our goal is to help you obtain a robust and agile duty of care setup that is easy to implement and operate.
The Five-step Process
What Should A Robust Duty of Care Setup Include?
A duty of care setup can be extensive, but it doesn’t have to be. The below model highlights some of the key elements to consider. We will help you determine what makes sense for your organisation, based on your risk exposure and organisational structure.
Why Is Duty of Care Important?
Duty of care refers to the moral and legal obligations an organisation has to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its employees. Some countries have clearly defined laws regarding duty of care, while others don’t. In any case, it is important that an organisation is compliant with duty of care best practices. A strong adherence to duty of care is worth the investment, helping you to attract and retain the best talent and improving the well-being, loyalty, and productivity of employees. Not complying, on the other hand, can be damaging to the reputation of the organisation and become expensive if it results in lawsuits and bad publicity.