The 2015 Sickness Absence Survey from EEF has reported that two fifths of employers saw an increase in the number of working days lost to long-term sickness absence in the past year. This is the biggest rise in long-term absence in five years, despite overall sickness absence remaining low (2.2%).
Long-term sickness absence brings with it a unique set of problems:
If this is something that you are experiencing in your workplace and you want advice with specific relevance to your organisation, then contact us on 01782 366215 or via email email@example.com
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