chapter 7

conclusion.

 

Thought leadership and a collaborative approach to the development of strong risk and safety concepts are what give rise to desired safety outcomes in joint-employer environments. The categories of risk that must be anticipated, understood and managed are diverse, ranging from the physical, operational and biological, to the regulatory and reputational. It’s important to embrace the concept that continual devotion to better business practices in the dynamic, rapidly changing world of work is what’s needed to succeed today.

successful safety operations must account for physical, operational, biological, regulatory and reputational risks.

If that sounds like a tall order to you, it is — but you don’t have to go it alone. Strategic partners, like the experts at Randstad, are here to help.

We combine the human touch with the latest in tech, enabling us — and you — to connect with talent and find the right match faster. Our strategists can deliver far-reaching operational improvements for you while solving for nearly any talent-related pain point. That way, you'll be better equipped to take on the safety and workforce challenges of today and thrive, no matter what tomorrow brings.