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  • Writer's picturePorter DeVries

Benefits of a Business Risk Assessment

One way to minimize company issues is to be aware of the risks within the company. To become aware of business risks and legal issues, the company needs to complete a business risk assessment. With our Business Risk Assessment, light will be shed on the issues the company could face, and potential problems can be avoided. The key benefits are:

Being Proactive = Cost-effective

It’s much less expensive to prevent a legal issue by having a risk assessment conducted than to pay to correct a problem after it occurs. Business risk assessments help companies to be proactive instead of reactive, which can save money.

Create Risk Management Standards

When companies are aware of their risks, they can create risk management standards to hold themselves accountable. Standards will help maintain safe business practices and meet legal requirements.

Improve Employee Relations

The findings of the risk assessment can be shared with the employees, especially if one of the risks deals with a change in their work. Being transparent with the results can help employees to trust management more, improving the relationship between the two.

Positive Image

Proactively taking care of a potential problem helps companies avoid negative publicity. Litigation or a workplace issue can negatively affect a company’s image if the public catches wind of the situation.

Less Stress

When companies are aware of their risks and take action to fix them, they are less likely to be caught off guard by a problem. When company leaders are less stressed about potential legal issues, they extend that attitude to the employees, making the workplace a happier, stress-free and productive environment.

Call us today at (808) 465-2500 and schedule a time to talk about your Business Risk Assessment.

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