Managing Sickness Absence (Bitesize)
£45 – £55
Managing Sickness Absence (Bitesize)

Managing Sickness Absence (Bitesize)

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The Albany Learning and Conference Centre

44 Ashley Street

Woodlands

Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Special offer! Book this course together with the Fit for Work Service overview running earlier on the same day and save up to £15 per ticket. See FAQs below.


Keeping staff healthy and actively managing sickness absence are essential for any organisation, but many managers feel unconfident in dealing with sickness absence.  This bitesize session is aimed at line managers, supervisors and committee members.

Content includes:

  • Preventing sickness absence

  • Taking a structured approach to dealing with long term and persistent short term absence.

  • Absence reporting and recording procedures

  • Supporting a return to work

  • Disability issues

 

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 How does the Special Offer work?

The Managing Absence (bitesize) session can be booked as a stand-alone session. However you may find it useful to also attend the briefing session on the new Fit for Work service that can assist employees on sick leave to return to work. The Fit for Work session is in the morning, before the Managing Absence session in the afternoon. By booking both sessions together you get a reduced ticket price.  Please note you will need to book both sessions separately with our discount code.

BEFORE BOOKING please contact the organiser  linden.stables@gcvs.org.uk or 0141 354 6515 to get the promotional code. Bookings made without the promotional code will be charged at full price for each event.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact Linden Stables on 0141 354 6515 or email  linden.stables@gcvs.org.uk



 

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