Long term absence review meeting invitation letter template
Use this template to invite an employee on long term sick to a formal meeting to discuss their absence, what support they may need to facilitate a return to work, and document any adjustments that would be beneficial when they return.
Long term absence review meeting invitation
Dear [Recipient first name],
I refer to your current absence from work which began on [DATE]. At this time you are currently signed off work until [DATE].
As you have been absent for [NUMBER] month[s] OR As [EVENT – e.g. I have now received a copy of your latest occupational health report] I would like to arrange a meeting with you on [DATE] at [TIME/LOCATION]. The aim of this meeting is to: [Select appropriate points from below depending on the nature of the absence and what needs to be covered]
- Obtain an update on your current health & the level of progress made since the start of the absence (if any)
- Discuss the likely duration of your absence
- Explore any supports or adjustments which may assist a return to work
- Discuss whether or not a referral to Occupational Health is appropriate/Discuss the latest Occupational Heal
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4 March 2021
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