Employee Sickness Advice

By: Mick O'Toole

Look after your company and employees with help from Employer Advice Online

• Effective and practical guidance based on best practice advice and LRA Codes of Practice
• How to implement workable sickness policies and procedures
• Reduce the risk of wrongful dismissal due to employee sickness

Make sure employee sickness doesn’t affect your company’s wellbeing.

Dealing with employee sickness can be one of the most difficult issues facing an employer. Combining HR and employment law concerns, it demands an approach that delivers the best solution for the employee and the company. That’s why it’s essential both parties know where they stand from the outset. The first step is to have effective employee sickness policies and procedures in place.

Thousands of companies in Northern Ireland trust Employer Advice Online for employee sickness advice.

With more than 30 years’ experience looking after countless companies throughout Northern Ireland, you can trust us to deliver an effective and sustainable employee sickness and absenteeism policy. As well as our HR outsourcing services – which establish contractual clauses around employee sickness and absenteeism – you can benefit from HR online management tools which evaluate employee sickness and absence records. By identifying trends and patterns, they provide the basis of an informed interview with the employee in question.

The advice helped me get my staff back in the office

With Employer Advice Online on your side, employee sickness is taken care of.

Whether it’s persistent long term non-attendance or helping you establish preventative wellbeing in workplace programmes, you can count on Employer Advice Online. With our fully qualified team managing employee sickness issues, you also have more time to dedicate to your business. Using the most current employment advice, you can be sure that our service is always up to date and in line with current employment legislation.

For further help with employee sickness call Employer Advice Online now on 0844 372 4653.