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Attendance Management Forum 2011 – Documentation


According to the CBI, sickness absence cost the UK economy nearly £17bn in 2009 which is an
average of £596 per employee.

To tackle these costs it is important the employers take a proactive approach and uncover the
causes behind absenteeism. Employers must create an organisational culture that manages
attendance and engages employees. Line managers need to be confident and competent to
effectively handle return–to-work interviews and attendance data needs to be monitored for
the best impact.

Whether you have a comprehensive sickness absence policy you would like to benchmark
against other leading organisations, an attendance policy in need of some rejuvenation or you
are looking to introduce a policy within your organisation this conference will provide
constructive ideas on how to improve your attendance management practice.

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The “Attendance Management Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Empowering Line Managers to Manage People and to Take Charge of Absence

Dr Martyn Davidson, Head of Health Operations
Royal Mail

Session 2

Absence Management: Employment Law Update

Diana Kloss MBE Barrister & Part Time
Employment Judge

Session 3

Recording and Reporting: Sickness Absence

Fiona Humm Wellbeing Manager and Janet Schofield, HR Business Manager

Session 4

The Fit Note – Background and Progress So Far

Dr Nerys Williams Department for Work and Pensions

Session 5

Linking Attendance Management and Employee Wellbeing

Claire Barbary Global Wellbeing Advisor
BG Group

Session 6

Moving from a Reactive to a Proactive Approach to Managing Attendance

Sarah Barnes Human Resources Manager
Crawley Borough Council

Session 7

Absence in a Risk Management Context

Adrian Farley HR Director Strategic Thought
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