Managing Absences in the Workplace

Posted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 10 February 2015
Linda Hynes
Leman Solicitors

Absence management in the workplace is a full time job! It’s also a legal labyrinth. Rising stress levels in the workplace in recent years have led to increased absence rates. Linda has prepared a handy checklist for employers on dealing with various absences issues such as:

1. Managing absences generally;
2. Managing sickness absences;
3. Managing persistent short term absences;
4. Managing long term absences;
5. Dealing with stress certs;
6. Compassionate Leave; and
7. Force Majeure Leave.

The checklist is designed to give employers guidance on the questions to ask themselves when dealing with

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015
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Linda Hynes
Leman Solicitors

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