Managing Absenteeism Series

What effect is absenteeism having on your company’s bottom line?

This is compacted by a decrease in company moral as employees who are at work are burdened with additional work and question the fairness of staff who are regularly absent due to self-isolation. Absenteeism can be managed, even with staff working from home. In this webinar, Angus Bailie will share the legal do’s and don’ts when it comes to managing this growing problem with both staff working from home and in the office. 

Join our Labour Law expert, Angus Bailie as he highlights and explains the following:

Part 1 - 8 June

Basics and Theory

  • Causes of absenteeism and how you can address these. 
  • How to identify whether the absenteeism is misconduct or incapacity.
  • Help you identify absenteeism patterns

Part 2 - 15 June

Practical Insights

  • How to properly and effectively deal with absenteeism as an incapacity
  • Walk you through everyday examples and discuss practical ways of dealing with absenteeism

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar includes highly useful resources to help you manage leave and absenteeism.

MORE ABOUT ANGUS:

We love doing webinars with Angus. He has a wealth of knowledge that he generously shares this with attendees. This coupled with his dry sense of humour make Angus’ webinars both highly valuable, informative and entertaining.

Angus is an admitted attorney with over 20 years’ experience, 13 of which have been in his own law firm. Angus’s experience includes being appointed as an Acting Judge in the Labour Court in 2017. He has lectured part-time and is a SETA accredited facilitator and trainer.

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Managing Absenteeism - 2 Part Series

R950 per person

15 June & 21 June @ 09h00 - 10h30

PLEASE NOTE: Once we have received your registration, we will be in contact with you to arrange payment and provide you with the necessary info in order to attend Angus’ webinar. We look forward to seeing you there.

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