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Why Warwick

We understand the value of partnerships and delivering results. Many of our customers have been using our products and services for over 25 years.

Have you considered the benefits of an integrated approach to the management of Occupational Health, Safety & Wellbeing issues? Our wealth of knowledge is what we share with our clients. We understand the importance of looking at the cost benefit analysis and return on investment when implementing an Occupational Health, Safety & Wellbeing management system.

We don’t just sell you software. We look at your business and we deliver the right solution.

“The team at Warwick International work in a consultative way to ensure that we fully understand our customers’ requirements. Only then can we recommend the correct solutions.”

Howard Watson
Sales Director, Warwick International

Occupational Health – Health & Safety – Wellbeing

To better understand the value of wellbeing at work requires an understanding of the value of human capital itself.

It’s often said that people make a business. Yet few businesses actually evaluate their workforce in these economic terms.

But what is human capital? Human capital is a quantification of the monetary value of an employee’s skill set and their overall contribution to the business. On average, total human capital costs are almost 70 percent of a businesses operating cost and many companies do not properly invest in maintaining and improving health in order to protect their expenditure in their human capital.

Employee wellbeing is a key component when considering how improved Occupational Health and Health and Safety will benefit the business. Where and how to invest in human capital so employees remain safe, healthy and motivated at work. After all, a safe and healthy workforce is a productive workforce.

It was great to meet Alastair and receive training on the eOPAS Portal for Management Referrals and Pre-placements

Maria Parsons OH Service Office Manager
– The Department of Health and Social Care Isle of Man

Before undertaking a new wellbeing initiative, it’s important to understand your own motivations. Understanding exactly what you want to achieve out of investing in wellbeing. This will allow you to effectively measure the results, and also ensure that you address the issue with the most effective initiatives or changes.

What are your objectives?

  • Increase staff morale
  • Improve staff retention
  • Increase productivity
  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Develop better relationships between staff and management
  • Lower costs

We understand that budgetary constraints still remain a significant influencer on the purchase of software however through utilising the latest technology, price may no longer be the major decision maker.

Investment in Warwick International Health, Safety & Wellbeing Software Solutions can provide significant long-term ROI in terms of keeping people healthier at work and ensuring employees are absent less frequently.

Once you’ve decided on your goals from investing in wellbeing, it’s time to think about engaging the right people to commence this process.