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Published 29 July 2019
Sickness and sickness absence is a perennially challenging and nuanced issue for HR practitioners. The cost of employee absence is significant for both public and private sector employers.
Guy Bredenkamp and Georgina Rowley, Partners at DAC Beachcroft, whose clients span both sectors explore:
Sickness absence – where to draw the line?Occupational health referrals and why they matter?When does sickness become a disability?Sick pay and how it can turn the tablesManaging long-term ill health under the disability discrimination regimeWhat is a reasonable adjustment?Working with occupational health advice
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