A Guide to Managing Sickness and Absence, Spectra, Thursday, 26. September 2019

This course is designed to show managers and supervisors how to communicate the impacts of absence and how to set out clear and fair absence management policies. Our training focuses on engaging with the employee and the wider workforce to ensure that there is an essential drive to succeed and that the value of day to day attendance is clearly communicated.
Who is the course aimed at?
This course is aimed at line managers and supervisors who are involved in the management of sickness absence in their teams.
Learning outcomes


The processes for managing short-term and long-term sickness absence.


Managing other ad hoc absences.


How to manage underlying health problems and disabilities.


Access to Medical Records.


Considering reasonable adjustments.


Knowledge of the legislative process and paperwork.


There is no assessment for this course and delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
Benefits to your business:


This course will equip you with the knowledge needed to reduce absenteeism in the workplace.


By adopting a fair and consistent approach to situations and handling them correctly, you will ensure that you comply with relevant employment legislation, such as the Access to Medical Records Act and the Equality Act 2010, reducing the risk of a costly discrimination claim and damage to your company’s reputation.


Absence can cost an employer an average of eight days per employee each year. It is therefore crucial that organisations minimise absence by proactively promoting employee health and wellbeing and building an attendance culture.


This course will provide you with the opportunity to discuss any real issues that you are currently dealing with and also to ask the trainer any questions you may have.

Thursday, 26. September 2019, Spectra, A Guide to Managing Sickness and Absence

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