Fit notes need five years to take effect - CIPD

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The fit note is failing to reduce employee sickness absence and may take five years to become fully integrated, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has revealed.

Although companies do not believe it is being used effectively by GPs the fit note's introduction has encouraged discussions between line managers and staff around absence issues. The findings mirror...

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