As well as thinking about how well consultation with your workforce is going,
- check how far you have progressed; and
- consider where there is room for improvement.
The review checklist can help you assess how close you are to moving towards full employee involvement and joint problem solving.
The statements help you consider whether you are achieving your objectives, and where you are not, what you need to do to improve involvement.
The list is a general guideline - not everything on the list will apply to your business, and there may be other factors not covered that are more relevant for you.
Case study: University of Leeds
The University of Leeds launched a revitalisation programme in partnership with campus trade unions to bring about significant and lasting improvements to health and safety performance...
Read the University of Leeds case study
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