How can you start to reduce sickness absence in your business or organisation?
This episode of the podcast it is the start of a mini series on managing sickness absence at work and to start I cover some easy practical tips to reduce sickness absence which you can begin today.
In this episode I will cover:
- Some easy tips to help you to deal with sickness absence.
- Guidance on having clear rules on telephoning in to report sickness absence.
- Training managers to ask the right questions when someone phones in sick.
- Back to work meetings and discussions.
- Self-certification forms and what to include on them.
- The importance of absence recording records.
- Effective ways to manage sick pay.
- How the Bradford Scale can help manage absence.
- Why communication with staff is the key to reducing and managing sickness in your organisation.
- Ensure that managers are trained to effectively manage sickness absence – give them the confidence to ask questions;
- Review how you record sickness absence in your business or organisation;
- Look at your sick pay policy and consider amending;
- Change your self-certification forms;
- Seek advice and assistance if you are unsure how to deal with a situation.
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