The second leading contributor to lower productivity is poor mental health costing employers an average £1,205-£1,560 per employee each year. For rail, that’s between £300m and £400m in lost productivity. However, the good news is that over the last five years employers have started to focus on employee well-being and are seeing increases in productivity and revenue.
At the NSAR Productivity, Skills and Technology Symposium taking place on 21st March 2019 at Crawley College Campus we will be discussing this topic alongside:
- Human factors and non-technical skills
- New technologies for rail employers