Long Term Absence from Work Q&A - Part 1Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 7 July 2010 Issues covered:
Catherine O'Flynn and Aisling Butler of William Fry solicitors have written responses to some questions raised during their sessions at Legal-Island's All About Absence event recently. In this article they cover issues such as:
* Facilitating home working requests from disabled employees
* 'Warning' long term sick employees that they face dismissal
* For how long should employers keep sickness certificates on file?
* Can employers reduce the pay of long term sick returnees?
* Dismissal of employees with alcoholism
* Can employees insist that all correspondence be dealt with through their solicitor?
* Provision of suitable alternative work
* The impact of PHI schemes
* Redundancy dismissals of long
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