Staffing agencies have unique business models. Even though your organization provides a remarkable service to both employees and employers, it faces legal risks that most other businesses never do. With comprehensive temporary staffing insurance, you help mitigate these risks. Still, if you are only using your insurance for risk management, you may be missing out. Instead, consider relying on your insurer to improve company culture.
Encourage a Safe Workplace
Workplace safety is important at any jobsite. Since you likely send employees to work at client companies, you must take additional steps to ensure a safe jobsite. Ask your insurance provider for training tools to help your employees work safely. Also, discuss driving resources if your employees generally drive their own vehicles to client sites.
Trained employees are usually happy employees. Because your staffing insurance agent has a library of training tools, you have access to the resources you need to improve your training programs. Remember, with the right training in place, you may save money on your insurance premiums.
When you purchase temporary staffing insurance from the right provider, you have access to invaluable resources for improving company culture. If your insurance provider does not offer these resources, you may want to look for one that does.