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H3. Health & Wellbeing Report
1 January, 2013
Submitted: 24 March, 2015
Please describe how you report on the health and wellbeing of your employees, including annual sickness rates
Health Management (HML) will continue to treat all employees with understanding in situations where they are incapable of working. At the same time HML is committed to providing a high standard of service to all its customers. This can only be effectively achieved by ensuring the operational needs of HML are satisfied and minimum levels of employee absence are maintained. All cases of absenteeism will be treated equally.
Employees who are absent from work will be required to complete an Absence Declaration Form (self certification) on the day of their return which will form the basis of a return to work discussion with their Manager/HR. In addition, employees who are absent for more than 7 consecutive days will also be required to obtain a medical certificate signed by their doctor.
On the day that the employee returns to work, the employee’s Manager/HR will discuss the reasons for the absence with the employee. The return to work discussion gives the Manager/HR the opportunity to review past attendance records and highlight any patterns that might be emerging.
The data from these documents and interviews is then shared with the Senior Operations Board on a monthly basis. HMLs’ absence figures for the 2014 year equated to 1.7%, which is a slight increase (0.04%) on last year but still well within the national averages.
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