Absence Control

Absence Control

All to often absence is regarded as something we cannot control. This is not true. By developing a systematic approach to absence we can control the situation and make permanent improvements.

Our experience shows us that one needs to take positive steps to control absence. You need to:

  • Establish current position
  • Train staff to perform their role
  • Monitor progress
  • Ongoing use of data
  • Identify abusers and scheme deficiencies
  • Develop a strict return to work procedure
  • Upgrade skills regularly

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