The UK has just seen the coldest November in sixteen years and with snow once again affecting people’s daily lives, now is the time to prepare your organisation for a long, cold winter.
Some organisations are affected more than others by adverse weather conditions depending on the nature of their business and their location. One common issue, which affects most organisations, is how to cope when staff are unable to get to work.
Unplanned absence from work could cost the UK economy as much as
£12 billion a year!
|Coping with Unplanned Absences
When your organisation can no longer meet its deadlines, or provide customers with the high quality of service they expect, you have a problem. Unplanned absence also has a bad effect on morale, putting the rest of the team under pressure as they struggle to deal with the additional workload.
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.
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As well as managing the short-term issues that pose a threat right now, you should take a longer term view and implement a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) in line with the best practice standard, BS25999.
BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit
|BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit
BS25999 is best practice for Business Continuity Management, and this toolkit contains all the templates and tools that enable a BC manager to quickly and effectively implement a BCMS in line with BS25999.
The BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit contains document templates and guidance that enable you to quickly and efficiently produce your own tailored versions of all the essential documents that the BCMS must contain.
Find out what else is contained in the The BS25999 BCMS Toolkit.