Attending to staff absence

Hodgkiss, Kate
July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/16/2004, Issue 5397, p12
Trade Publication
Provides practical options on how employers can deal with abusive sick leave practices of their employees. Return to work interviews; Incentives related to good attendance; Review of sick pay provisions.


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