The New Science of Safety

Publisher: The Assessment Company

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The New Science of Safety

Count this blog post as “Lagniappe” or, as we say in Louisiana, a little something extra. I can think of no other area where Occupational DNA® or ODNA®can play an important role besides employee safety. Yes, we can hire better managers and salespeople who can sell more, and all these are important. But nothing is more important than a loved one returning home safely from a day on the job. Employing a worker with unsafe tendencies on your team can be very costly. For existing employees, being aware of your worker’s personality risk areas is important in mitigating the potential risks they can pose to themselves, others on their team, and the organization.