With the services industry undergoing massive changes in different magnitude, it is becoming increasingly necessary for enterprises to rethink their ways of delivering safety and health benefits to the employees. Also, since health no more implies physical health alone, there is a bent toward the adoption of solutions that provide a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. As a result, psychological factors such as stress, depression, and sleeplessness have started gaining the attention of the industry leaders. Technology has further triggered this transformation, as occupational health services are now helping organizations reap the benefits of advanced apps and software, and leverage technologies like virtual reality to provide more personalized healthcare experience to their employees.
Big data and data analytics have made significant strides in the realm of occupational health, enabling organizations to track the latest trends pertaining to manual handling injuries and new areas of injury risk. In fact, with the help of wearable devices, leaders are tapping into real-time risk data to bring in a new age of safety. However, ergonomics is a factor that easily falls through the cracks. However, the occupational health service providers are changing this scenario by helping organizations take a preventive approach.
Keeping up with this changing landscape of occupational health services, HR Tech Outlook has compiled a list of top 10 occupational health consulting/services companies, in an attempt to help business leaders across industries to reap the benefits of the prevailing industry trends.
The new-age services providers are introducing mobile applications as a consulting service and are dedicated to improving employees’ mental health with meditation. From driving good sleep to building healthy eating habits, these services companies are proving to be beneficial for the employees in a number of ways. Also, there are other occupational health consulting service providers who deliver one-on-one health assessments and screenings, injury management and containment solutions, and various other consulting services, along with custom health and injury management solutions. These companies make the majority of their engagement on-site.
With several innovative technological capabilities and success stories up their sleeves, the occupational health services providers are steadily assisting businesses in maintaining health and safety in the workplace. We hope this issue of HR Tech Outlook helps you build the partnership you and your enterprise requires to keep up with the current market trends and the changing landscape of occupational health.
We present to you HR Tech Outlook’s “Top 10 Occupational Health Consulting/Services Companies - 2020.”