Promoting health and wellbeing
Having engaged and healthy employees is a prerequisite for an innovative, competitive, and productive organization, and mismanagement can lead to significant cost implications both for Gränges and its employees. Gränges follows up on employees’ general motivation and wellbeing via the annual performance and development discussion, and the company also conducts employee surveys every two years to track status. The last employee survey was conducted in 2020.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gränges has enforced its focus on employee wellbeing. Actions include flexible and remote work options, travelling guidelines and updated meeting policies. To further promote health and wellbeing, Gränges offers occupational health services on- and off site, for example flexible work options, first-aid care, wellness grants, support to employees who have recurrent illnesses, regular health checks, and access to medical care at licensed medical providers. Gränges also offers non-occupational support such as dietary advice, stress reduction and mental health. Gränges maintains the confidentiality of all personal health-related information and keeps medical information and journals in compliance with local legislation.