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Club Development HR Webinar- Managing staff absence in your club

Club Development HR Webinar- Managing staff absence in your club
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Closing Date
10:30 - 12:00pm
Organiser: AAB People Venue: Online Zoom Call

Employee absence is an issue that can affect all clubs. Although it at times may not be preventable, how a business deals with these absences can help to reduce them in future. It can be tricky to navigate how to approach certain absences issues or to tell if an absence is preventable or an underlying medical issue, which will affect how the absence should be managed. This session goes through everything clubs need to know to effectively manage, support and prevent employee absence. Please find full detail below.

Our club HR partner AAB People is delivering this webinar in partnership with Scottish Athletics and Scottish Gymnastics.

The webinar covers:

  • discussing common causes for short term absences in the workplace
  • understanding how to effectively manage short term absences and what impact these can have on a governing body
  • addressing what is involved in an effective return to work interview and the benefits of this meeting
  • identifying when an absence would be considered as long term and exploring how to effectively manage this
  • discussing phased returns and how to identify reasonable adjustments
  • exploring the medical capability process, seeking medical advice and potential ill health dismissal
  • identifying how to avoid discrimination in absence management

Primary Venue

Online Zoom Call

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