HR and People

Conducting effective 'Return to Work' interviews (breakfast briefing) - 20 January 2022

Staff absenteeism is directly related to academic outcomes and the emotional well-being of children. Add to this huge costs and inconsistent supply of quality agency staff, unplanned absence can cause real disruption to daily school life. Return to Work interviews are a hands-on, practical approach to nipping attendance issues in the bud at an early stage and go a long way to promoting staff well-being.

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Conducting effective 'Return to Work' interviews (breakfast briefing) - 20 January 2022

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Staff absenteeism is directly related to academic outcomes and the emotional well-being of children. Add to this huge costs and inconsistent supply of quality agency staff, unplanned absence can cause real disruption to daily school life. Reacting to unplanned staff absence proactively really can make all the difference to reducing future attendance issues. Return to Work interviews are a hands-on, practical approach to nipping attendance issues in the bud at an early stage and go a long way to promoting staff well-being.

Whether it be the Winter blues, seasonal illness or something more serious, effective 'Return to Work' interviews uncover issues and help to identify potential solutions in a supportive way. They give managers an early opportunity to identify any reasonable adjustments and hopefully deter employees from having regular patterns of poor attendance.

The briefing session will cover:

  • Gaining better insight into the reasons and nature of absences
  • Uncovering issues and identifying potential solutions
  • Monitoring absences and spotting trends
  • Considering reasonable adjustments and when to refer to Occupational Health
  • Deter further attendance issues
  • Reiterate expectations and set targets for improvement

Who's it for?

Headteachers, Line Managers.

Age phase

All


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