Absence management processes failing businesses

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Absence management procedures have not kept pace with technology and the way Britain works, resulting in serious welfare, management and productivity issues, a new report has said.

The research found that the myriad of current approaches were not working, meaning that employers are failing to deal with the full risks that employee absence and ill health bring to the workplace...

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