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  • Sickness Absence Documents - Warning/final warning of unsatisfactory attendance
    Warning/final warning of unsatisfactory attendanceFollowing an absence management meeting, if you want to formally warn the employee about their unsatisfactory attendance, use our warning letter. It can also be adapted for use as a final warning.Fair warningThe warning should set out the employee's unsatisfactory sickness absence record and what improvements in their attendance levels are required (making sure you're setting realistic targets), provide a reasonable timescale for improvement, advise them that...
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  • Sickness Absence Documents - Attendance procedure
    Attendance procedureOur attendance procedure provides a process for dealing with genuine but persistent short-term sickness absence. It's not suitable for long-term incapacity cases.ApplicationA dismissal due to persistent short-term sickness absence could either be due to conduct, capability or some other substantial reason (SOSR). You should use our Disciplinary Procedure where there's evidence that the employee's sickness absence isn't genuine or where there's any other suspected misconduct relating to sickness...
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  • Sickness Absence Documents - Notice of absence management meeting
    Notice of absence management meetingIt's potentially fair to dismiss an employee because of an unsatisfactory attendance record caused by persistent but genuine short-term sickness absences, provided a proper procedure is followed which is fair and reasonable in all the circumstances and you act reasonably in treating the employee's poor attendance as a sufficient reason to dismiss them. Use our letter to kick start the formal process.Potentially fair dismissal reasonWhether the potentially fair reason for dismissal...
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  • Sickness Absence Documents - Meeting request following long-term incapacity
    Meeting request following a period of long-term incapacityOnce you've obtained a medical report, the next stage is to arrange a meeting with your absent employee to discuss its contents and any recommendations that it makes. In particular, you should explore when the employee might be fit to return to work and what adjustments you could make to work arrangements or practices in order to enable them to return.A detailed discussionOnce you have properly informed yourself of the employee's current state of health...
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