ANHS Announces Free Vulnerability Quiz for Healthcare Field

The labor professionals at Adams Nash Haskell & Sheridan have a free vulnerability quiz that targets those in the healthcare industry. It can help prevent a union.

Florence, United States - April 27, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Florence, KY (April 2018)—The labor professionals at Adams Nash Haskell & Sheridan have a free vulnerability quiz that targets those in the healthcare industry. ANHS, as the group is called, helps companies prevent their workforce from forming unions. ANHS is well aware that many companies underestimate the trouble and headaches of a unionized workforce. A result of a unionized workforce that is most well known is a strike. Strikes are terrible for productivity and increase public doubt in the operational integrity of the business. The healthcare industry is service-based, so it is especially vulnerable to these pitfalls. ANHS encourages healthcare industry administrators to take their quiz to prevent possible problems.

The ANHS vulnerability quiz helps leaders identify warning signs of unionization. Before ever becoming a client, interested business owners and managers can take advantage of the free quiz that ANHS provides. It can be accessed from their official site for free. The quiz can help assess vulnerability to unions in six different areas: communication, HR/benefits, compensation, policy, staffing, and threats. The quiz grades vulnerability on a 100-point scale and also provides a written assessment explaining what the score means. Much of the quiz can be seen as a very small sample of the preventative work that ANHS performs on a daily basis. After 31 years of dealing with unions, ANHS knows which questions to ask and how to properly respond to those answers.

ANHS has helped deliver a 95% success rate at preventing unions. It’s a bold claim backed in part by the many verifiable testimonials and lack of negative reviews about the company anywhere on the web. Their quiz being free shows a significant value considering the advice comes after submitting only a name and email address. The score assessment is only the start of the benefit. The real value of the quiz is in the questions themselves. ANHS has devised an interactive way to inform customers about the questions they should be asking themselves, which turns the quiz into a free checklist that executives can print off and cover at future meetings. Updates can be found on their Facebook page.

Adams Nash Haskell & Sheridan

7310 Turfway Rd., Suite 550

Florence, KY 41042

http://realplayerweb.com/dont-be-caught-off-gaurd/

http://compoundthinking.com/union-avoidance-…-employees-happy/

http://time-24.org/avoiding-strikes…-employees-happy/

Contact Info:
Name: Teresa Neidenbach
Organization: ANHS
Address: 7310 Turfway Rd., Suite 550, Florence, KY 41042, United States
Phone: +1-800-237-3942

For more information, please visit http://anh.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 337986

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