Dr Employer: How to ensure employees drive safe at night

Dr Employer: How to ensure employees drive safe at night

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Comments (1)

  • Big Dog
    Big Dog
    Fri, 9 Dec 2016 9:30am GMT
    My personal concern with the festive season approaching would be the health and safety of my employees drinking, and raising awareness of the dangers that drink driving could have as we have more night's out after work, people may be a little bit more tempted to have that Xmas drink or two with co-workers after work, or indulge a few festive drinks with a client only to then drive home. I think this issue should also be highlighted to workers and this should come from the people function to ensure their staff members behave appropriately and not put themselves, or others in danger.

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