Have you been injured in the workplace in Suffolk? In most jobs there will be times when you are quiet and have very little to do, and other times when you are challenged and have to try to meet a very tight deadline. Some people prefer to be up against a deadline so that they feel that they are contributing plenty to the workplace, and also so that the day moves a little faster.
However, if you are up against a deadline and think that there is too much work and not enough time, this can be very stressful. Here are some things you can do if you honestly think that you are not going to make a deadline.
Tell your employer
If you are fairly certain that you don’t have enough time left to get the project completed, you should tell your employer sooner rather than later. This allows your employer to get someone in to help you, or speak to their client and see if they can get the deadline extended, rather than having to miss the deadline altogether.
Restructure your work day
Have a think about what you are currently doing with your days, to work out whether or not there is a more effective way to structure your time so that you are more likely to get the work completed.
Don’t work through the night
Where it might seem like a good idea to work through the night to try to get as much as possible completed, this is actually dangerous for your health, and will negatively affect your concentration. You may also find yourself falling asleep at work the next day, so that you haven’t actually made up any extra time.
You may be able to make an injury claim if you have been injured in the workplace in Suffolk
Sometimes, when you are trying to work too fast and get too many things done at once, you might make mistakes and this can lead to becoming injured in the workplace in Suffolk.
If you have caused an injury to someone else, the only thing you can do is to apologise and make sure that they are comfortable and you have done what you can to ease the situation.
If you have been injured by someone else, you may be able to make a claim for being injured in the workplace, and you should think carefully about whether or not you want to do this.
Accident Advice Helpline: just a call away
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to the team about making an accident at work claim, and get help deciding if this is the right option for you. If you do decide to make a accident at work claim, you will be helped through the process by an experienced injury lawyer.
Date Published: 17th October 2014
Author: David Brown