With absence rates at this time of year higher than normal, more strain is put upon business owners to step into 2016 on a positive footing and with 1st February being reported as the day where employees call in sick more than any other time of the year, it's the ideal time to tackle absenteeism in your organisation. It can be hard to know where to start in terms of policies and procedures and how to enforce them but our upcoming Best Practice training event for business owners will put you on course for taking some power back as an employer.
In this training session we'll give you guidance on the kinds of policies and procedures to put in place that will work best for you along with practical tips on managing absence from an employer's perspective.
This session, to be delivered by our in-house employment consultant, will offer you the following benefits;
- Practical advice on monitoring absence
- Professional guidance on how to manage and reduce absence
- An opportunity to gain a fuller understanding of how to use your company absence procedures to manage sickness, maternity leave, parental leave and lateness
In today's business environment, the roles of the business owner are many and varied, from being responsible for the company accounts, operations, sales, customer relationships - the demand on your time is high. Our training events can help by giving you jargon-free, straightforward advice on what you need to have in place and what your obligations to your staff are. We can provide you with the knowledge to approach the HR and Health & Safety for your company with confidence, giving you one less thing to worry about.
To register for this event click here