Long Term Sickness Absence Policy & Procedure
Usually, long term sickness absence or ill-health is defined as a continuous period of absence longer than 4 weeks. It may be due to an accident, planned operation or treatment, a chronic illness or disability, mental health or an unexpected illness.
A long-term sickness absence and ill-health policy and procedure sets out how you will manage cases of long term sickness absence in your organisation to ensure everyone is on the same page in terms of expectations, in turn helping to reduce the risk of employment tribunal claims for unfair dismissal.
Our template long term sickness absence policy & procedure has been developed by the Primed team and Occupation Health experts SmartClinic.
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