Webinar - Unlock the Power of Early Intervention to Reduce Employee Absence
We know that the challenges of managing employee sickness absence have increased significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, but at this time of economic recovery and renewal ensuring the health and wellbeing of your employees and keeping them safe and well in work has never been more important.
Early clinical intervention and signposting to appropriate advice and support should form a vital first step in any effective absence management strategy, helping to considerably reduce the amount of time an employee spends away from the workplace and increase the likelihood of a positive resolution.
However, we continue to find that many employers are still not seeking Occupational Health advice at an early enough stage in the absence journey for it to have a meaningful impact on the outcome of the case.
To explore this issue further, we recently hosted the latest in our series of free webinars, which was facilitated by April Cremins, Medigold Health’s Absence Management Consultant; Chantal McDonald, Director of Medigold Health’s Day One Absence Management service, Absentia; and Susan Pickering, Occupational Health Advisor for Absentia and specialist in absence management.
Simply hit play below to catch up on the recording of our webinar:
Find out more at: https://www.medigold-health.com/absentia/
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