Start Date: 15/11/2023
Duration: 10am - 12pm
Location: Online - Microsoft Teams
Full Fee: €100
Network Members Fee: €80
High levels of sickness absence are not acceptable in the workplace and contrary to popular belief, you can dismiss an employee on the grounds of ill health. However, as with any dismissal, the actions of the organisation should be fair and reasonable.
Monitoring absence is the first step to tackling the problem and sends the message to your employees that you take absence from work seriously and that no absence will go unnoticed.
This workshop will provide a step by step guide on managing every level of absenteeism to ensure you as the employer are keeping accurate records and protecting your business from ongoing high costs associated with absenteeism.
At the end of the training programme participants will be able to:
- Develop a strategy for dealing with absence.
- Understand the cost of absence on the business.
- Review and monitor absence of employed staff.
- Deal with situations arising from absence and manage difficult situations.
- Conduct return to work interviews.
Who is this course for?
This programme is for Managers, HR Managers and those who manage absenteeism within the business.
1). Developing a strategy for dealing with absence.
2). Understanding the cost of absence.
3). Reviewing and monitoring absence.
4). Dealing with difficult scenarios.
5). Return to work interviews and their importance.
6). Practical Lessons
Rhiannon Coyne – Senior HR Consultant
Rhiannon Coyne joined Graphite HRM in January 2020 as a HR Consultant.
Rhiannon holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree from Maynooth University and a MSc in Human Resource Management from Smurfit Business School, Dublin. Rhiannon has a vast range of HR industry experience, ranging from the homecare industry to retail, and most recently, a long-standing role within the hospitality sector including experience at head office level. She has vast experience dealing with investigations, grievances, and disciplinaries. Rhiannon’s extensive recruitment experience includes heading European-wide recruitment initiatives.
Rhiannon has a keen interest in employee engagement, training, and policy development.