How do I deal with sickness absence?

Employee absence can damage profits, productivity and staff morale. Your free user guide explains how you can tackle unauthorised absence in your workplace with an effective sickness and absence policy.

Here’s what’s inside your guide:

  • Step-by-step guide on how to manage an effective return-to-work process (page 13)

  • Full checklists explaining exactly how to conduct return-to-work interviews (page 27)

  • How to dismiss an employee fairly because of unacceptable attendance records (page 10)

  • Free start-to-finish guide taking you through every step of the absence management process

  • A clear absence management workflow, so you’ll always know what to do next (page 3)

  • Full explanation of how to record and reduce short and long term absences (page 4)

  • Self-certification, fit notes and medical records explained (page 16)

  • Letter templates, for:

    • Warning an employee over poor attendance
    • Inviting an employee to an investigation meeting for unauthorised absences
    • Inviting an employee to disciplinary over unauthorised absences, amounting to misconduct
    • Inviting an employee to dismissal hearing over concerns of capability
    • An employee’s GP requesting medical records

Reducing absence levels will help employers:

  • Save money – absence could be costing your business around £595 per employee, per year

  • Reduce stress – prevent your employees having to cope with an increased workload due to colleagues being absent

  • Improve staff retention – avoid stressed employees being absent themselves – or worse, quitting their job because of it

  • Boost employee engagement – change your workplace culture for more motivated, productive staff. 26% of employees admitted to being absent through boredom

  • Identify underlying problems – poor morale, inadequate career prospects, and work-life balance issues can be causes of absenteeism

 

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Employee absence can damage profits, productivity and staff morale. Your free user guide explains how you can tackle unauthorised absence in your workplace with an effective sickness and absence policy.

Get the guide now by simply entering your email address below:

Here’s what’s inside your guide:

  • Step-by-step guide on how to manage an effective return-to-work process (page 13)

  • Full checklists explaining exactly how to conduct return-to-work interviews (page 27)

  • How to dismiss an employee fairly because of unacceptable attendance records (page 10)

  • Free start-to-finish guide taking you through every step of the absence management process

  • A clear absence management workflow, so you’ll always know what to do next (page 3)

  • Full explanation of how to record and reduce short and long term absences (page 4)

  • Self-certification, fit notes and medical records explained (page 16)

  • Letter templates, for:

    • Warning an employee over poor attendance
    • Inviting an employee to an investigation meeting for unauthorised absences
    • Inviting an employee to disciplinary over unauthorised absences, amounting to misconduct
    • Inviting an employee to dismissal hearing over concerns of capability
    • An employee’s GP requesting medical records

Reducing absence levels will help employers:

  • Save money – absence could be costing your business around £595 per employee, per year

  • Reduce stress – prevent your employees having to cope with an increased workload due to colleagues being absent

  • Improve staff retention – avoid stressed employees being absent themselves – or worse, quitting their job because of it

  • Boost employee engagement – change your workplace culture for more motivated, productive staff. 26% of employees admitted to being absent through boredom

Identify underlying problems – poor morale, inadequate career prospects, and work-life balance issues can be causes of absenteeism

 

Enter your email address now to get your free guide and start reducing sickness absence in your workplace today.