The World Cup is well and truely under way and over the next three and a half weeks you will more than likely see a sharp rise in unplanned absences.
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|Coping with Unplanned Absences
This pocket guide, based on best practice guidelines, looks at what you can do to ensure your employees fulfil their obligations and turn up as required. It then gets to grips with the question of how your organisation should handle unplanned absences before and when they arise. While you may not be able to prevent unplanned absence altogether, the advice contained in this guide will help you to keep the extra costs and disruption associated with unplanned absence to a minimum.
- Reduce the incidence of unplanned absence
When employees take “duvet days” or “pull a sickie” to watch the Cup Final, productivity and morale suffer. This pocket guide tells you some simple measures you can take to put a stop to Monday morning syndrome at the office.
- Ensure continuity of service
Following the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland, there was travel chaos throughout Europe. This is only the most dramatic example of those unplanned absences that are caused by circumstances beyond an employee’s control. However, you cannot afford to let something like this stop your business in its tracks. By following this pocket guide’s advice you can ensure continuity of service.
- Take advantage of available technologies
Thanks to the laptop and the smartphone, people who cannot make it to the office can still carry on working. This pocket guide offers you useful advice on how to make the best use of IT when your company is confronted with an unforeseen absence.
- Bring the employee back into the fold
Use this pocket guide’s recommendations to manage your employee’s return to work after a period of absence.
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