From one time to another, employing organisations will experience absence by their staff due to illness. Illness absences are usually unplanned. This makes planning and covering work difficult for employers given the short notice of illness occurrences.
This guide tries to answer some questions you might ask when an employee is absent from work due to sickness or unauthorised absence.
Employers are responsible for the payment of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) for periods of illness of four days or more up to a total of 28 weeks' absence in any one period of incapacity for work.
This Leaflet deals with how to control levels of sickness absence and unauthorised absence.
Putting an effective performance management system in place is a key component in best employment practice. Clear, consistent communication and a constructive approach to employee development can bring out the best in organisations and individuals.
Published November 2018
Every employer is required by law to issue to each employee, within 2 months of commencing employment, a written statement of the main terms and conditions of employment.
Managing employee performance is a continuous process and involves ensuring that employees are contributing to organisational aims and objectives. This seminar provides practical guidance on how organisations can do this. Participants will also receive direction on how to recognise and deal with unsatisfactory performance when it arises.
The seminar will last for 2.5 hours.