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The symbiotic relationship between organizational health and safety

McKinsey & Co means that management practices focusing on “hard” incentives, rewards, and consequences, as well as on employees’ mind-sets and values, make workplaces safer. Furthermore, that a high level of safety for all employees is important in itself, of course, and when companies fall short they expose themselves to greater liability, reputational risk, and the danger of burdensome regulation. The question of the day: What exactly distinguishes companies that do well in health, or safety, from those that don’t?

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