Business Practices to Incorporate
Jordan Sudberg is a pain management specialist who has worked with clients suffering from chronic or acute pain and those experiencing new and recurring injuries. He has helped people cope with various types of pain, including cervical spine and shoulder problems.
Some Business Practices that Every Company Should Incorporate into Their Plan
Having a pain management plan in which employees with injuries or pains are dealt with. Establishing and communicating a “Fair and Equal Treatment” policy allows employees to voice grievances (in writing) against those they think are not treating them fairly. When an employee files a grievance, all the case facts should be documented so that the decision can be reversed in the future. Giving written guidelines on how to deal with employee complaints/disputes. Having a system of complaint channels must be accessible by all workers inside the company. Assisting an employee who is on a leave of absence with their duties. Allowing the worker to take their regular hours off, although they are not at work. Providing adequate training on how to handle employee complaints. Providing a safe work environment for all the employees inside the company. Creating an effective communication network between managers and employees so both parties know what’s happening inside the company.
These practices should be incorporated into any company’s plan because they help solve problems that might hinder growth or even cause losses to specific departments in businesses where they operate.
Allowing workers and employers to voice their concerns and fears allows them to deal with them before they become big problems.
When an employee is having difficulties, it is better to help the individual out of the situation than to keep them there and make the situation worse due to unfair actions by management.
Making sure that employees are made aware of their rights as well as those of the employer is something that everyone needs to do to have a fair system inside their company, where they can speak freely without fearing losing their jobs or being mistreated. Jordan Sudberg also says in his blog post, “It’s never too late to create a pain management plan.”
One of the best ways to have this plan is by implementing the above steps because they help solve problems that might hinder growth or even cause losses to specific departments in businesses where they operate.
An effective communication network between managers and employees is also very beneficial, especially when a manager notices that one of their employees is not performing well at work. The employer can provide recommendations on how the worker can improve their skills and performance so that the company can profit without affecting other departments due to mistakes made by one worker.
Having these basic steps in a company’s plan is something that everyone needs to do, regardless of whether one is working in a big or small company. Jordan believes, “It’s never too late to create a pain management plan.”