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Workshop – Understanding Inherent Requirements of the Job – How it can WORK for YOU

By Ben Thornton 1 year agoNo Comments

Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to:

  • Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices
  • Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases
  • Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties
  • Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers
  • Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role
  • Analyse and improve workplace practices.

Learn from P2 Group’s extensive experience, how employers have improved their workplace health and well-being practices across all aspects of their business through the strategic use of the Inherent Requirements of Job and learn why it is so important to have these documented; above and beyond a position description.

Please register below for this free event

 

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 Ben Thornton

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Prior to joining the P2 Group in 2015, Ben spent 9 years in Business Development roles with local and international insurance brokerages. He spent a further 3 years consulting to SME businesses where he worked closely with his clients on business development strategy. He partnered with a number of organisations during this time and has been exposed to many different industries including Finance, Sportswear, Therapeutic Goods & Services, Retail Services and Hospitality. Ben is responsible for the development of new opportunities for the P2 Group and implementing a growth strategy that will service the business long term.

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