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Sickness and Wellbeing Audits and Programmes

Sickness absence remains one of the most common issues we are asked to advise on. It often represents a persistent and costly problem not just in financial and productivity terms but also in the amount of management and HR time it consumes.

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With pressure in most businesses to reduce costs, now could be a good time to review your approach to sickness absence and sick pay arrangements and to analyse where process improvements and potential savings could be made.

The audit is a fixed cost service drawing on our experience of advising clients on sickness issues and observing different sick pay structures and sickness management techniques. We will:

  • provide you with a checklist to complete providing details of your current situation.
  • meet with you to discuss your objectives and look at a sample of your current sickness cases.
  • produce a detailed report setting out our recommendations where improvements and savings may be possible

For more information please see our sickness absence audits brochure or watch our video below.

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