The Well Workplace

Four Signs You Need a Physical Ability Testing Program

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Oct 13, 2021 3:30:00 PM

Solid, experienced, reliable workers that can be counted on for exceptional productivity and safety in the workplace are the backbone of any business – assets to your company that are worth their weight in gold. However, as any employer knows, they aren't easy to find and are sometimes even harder to hang on to. A good physical ability test program can help find these workers.

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How Pre Employment Testing Can Help You Hire the Right Person the First Time

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Oct 10, 2021 8:00:00 AM

Hiring the right person the first time is the ideal for every employer, and if you're in human resources, the ball is in your court and it’s “match point” every time you make an offer. Of course, “match point” is an ideal, so getting it right every single time isn't a realistic expectation. However, you can significantly increase the odds of finding the right applicants for physically demanding jobs when you implement pre employment Physical Abilities Testing as an integral part of your hiring process.

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Physical Ability Testing: Worth It or Not in Reducing Workplace Injuries?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Oct 7, 2021 8:00:00 AM

When exploring the possibility of implementing a physical ability test in their hiring process, employers sometimes wonder whether these programs are worth the investment in reducing workplace injuries. The answer to that question is yes; they are definitely worthwhile, provided your company is using a well-designed, evidence-based testing program customized to the actual everyday physical demands placed upon your employees. Research shows that programs like this can significantly reduce worker injuries, enhance safety and reduce the toll injuries take on your workers, their families, your business, and your bottom line.

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Four Key Questions to launch pre-hire Physical Abilities Testing in Food Processing

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Aug 4, 2021 12:56:07 PM

This is the fifth part of a 5-part series on why injuries occur in the food processing and how they can be prevented.

Before reading on you might like to read the introduction here.

close up of poultry processing in food industry

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Is pre-hire/post-offer Physical Abilities Testing right for your food processing organization?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jul 28, 2021 12:01:42 PM

This is the fourth part of a 5-part series on why injuries occur in the processing industry and how they can be prevented.

Before reading on you might like to read the introduction here

 

 

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Why traditional approaches to injury prevention in food production don't work.

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jul 16, 2021 10:46:23 AM

This is the third part of a 5-part series on why injuries occur in the beverage distribution industry and how they can be prevented.

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Work-Related Injuries in Food Production: What are the total costs?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jul 7, 2021 1:47:09 PM

This is the second part of a five-part series on why injuries occur in the food processing and how they can be prevented.

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Food Processing & Production Injuries:  Can they be prevented?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 30, 2021 2:16:16 PM

This is the introduction for a five-part series on injuries and prevention strategies in the food processing and production industry.

 

 

The Food Production/Processing Industry:  Which industries are included? 

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Four key questions before you launch a pre-hire Physical Abilities Testing Program

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 9, 2021 1:39:12 PM

This is the fifth part of a 5-part series on why injuries occur in the beverage distribution and how they can be prevented.

Before reading on you might like to read the introduction here.
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Is pre-hire/post-offer Physical Abilities Testing right for your beverage distribution organization?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 4, 2021 1:36:15 PM

This is the fourth part of a 5-part series on why injuries occur in the beverage distribution and how they can be prevented.

Before reading on you might like to read the introduction here

 

 

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