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Absence control guide

This guide covers both managing long and short-term sickness and tries to uncover the real reasons why people are absent from work. It will help you develop an action plan based upon:

  • having the difficult conversation with an employee when they return to work
  • looking after the health and wellbeing of your employees developing an overall approach to absence by linking attendance to job design, good employment relations, health and safety, flexible working and effective disciplinary procedures.
Managing People > Absence and Leave

Medical report request to employee

Used where an employee has been on a long period of sick absence, so that the employer can explain what steps they are now taking to help the employee back to fitness to work. The letter explains that the employer wishes to write to the employees GP for guidance on their expected return to work and what adjustments (if any) they need to make.

Managing People > Absence and Leave

Return to work interview form

Used as part of good absence policy, this form is used to record a brief interview with an employee returning from any period of sick absence to suggest ways in which the employer can help, or if the employee needs any support.

Managing People > Absence and Leave

Termination of employment - long term sickness

This action should only be taken once all other options have been explored, medical information has been sought (via Occupational Health and/or the employees GP), and medical assessments support this outcome

Managing People > Absence and Leave

Sickness pay provision

Employee Handbook > Pay and benefits

Sickness Absence

Employee Handbook > Absence and attendance