How to deal with annual sickness patterns that occur during the school holidaysPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 7 December 2018
Q: A member of staff has been off sick for the entire direction of the school holidays for two years running. She was off work because she was suffering from depression. If this pattern of absence continues for a third year, can we take any action, or is this something we just have to accept ask coincidental?
Okay. Let's move on to another question we've got previously. And I think this might be our last one. It's a very interesting one. A member of staff has been off sick for the entire direction of the school holidays for two years running. She was off work because she was suffering from
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