Managing Stress & Sickness Absence:

7 Things You Should Know

According to the HSE, in 2017/18 there were 15.4 million working days lost due to work-related stress, depression and anxiety. These levels are unsurprising when so many managers and business owners don’t feel comfortable in managing the employee who is off with stress. Often delays in taking the appropriate action causes lengthy absences and costs to the business.

Evans Lamsleyhase extensive experience in supporting businesses with managing stress-related sickness absence.

Join Evans Lamsley on 2nd May 2019 to find out the most effective ways to manage stress and sickness absence to get the best results for your business and your employees.

During the session Evans Lamsley will discuss 7 things you should know about:

1. Ways to avoid work-related stress issues

2. Contact during absence

3. Dr reports vs. Occupational Health reports

4. No shows

5. Issuing warnings

6. Stress during a disciplinary process

7. Covert recordings

Who should attend?

Business owners, directors and managers with staff responsibilities.

Attendees will also have the chance to network with other local businesses. Refreshments provided.

Who should attend?

Business owners, directors and managers with staff responsibilities.

Registration, Networking and Breakfast: 8am – 8:30am

Training: 8:30am – 9:30am

Networking & Finish: from 9:30am

Cost: £10

Our event will finish in plenty of time for you to carry on with your day.

Increase Profitability by Dealing with “that” Employee

Most employers will have come across staff who sit around and chat too much, avoid work that they have been given or complain about every little thing. These employees are tricky to deal with as they may not have done something so serious as to warrant disciplinary action but they do cost the business money. Join Evans Lamsley Employment Law & HR Solicitors as they guide employers on how to deal with these employees to increase profitability in 4 easy steps!

We will cover:

1. Short service dismissals

2. Handling difficult conversations

3. Performance management

4. Settlement agreements

To find out how to attend this training, click the link below. We can host all of our training sessions on site.

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