Effectively Manage Long-Term Absence in the WorkplacePosted in : Webinar Recordings on 25 May 2023 Issues covered: Absence; Sickness; Policies and Procedures
Are you struggling to manage long-term employee sickness in your organisation? Are you tired of losing valuable employees due to prolonged periods of absence? If so, then you will want to watch this recording.
Julie Holmes, Knowledge Partner at Legal Island and Caroline Reidy, Managing Director of the HR Suite discussed how to effectively manage long term absence in the workplace; the latest tools and techniques for supporting employees who are experiencing prolonged periods of absence, as well as strategies for preventing long term absence from occurring in the first place.
Also discussed is best practices for handling long-term absences, including how to communicate effectively with
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This article is correct at 25/05/2023
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