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Managing Staff Attendance During a Pandemic - 26 January 2021

Managing staff absence has always been a priority for school’s however how can we effectively do this during a world pandemic when our physical and mental health is under the threat of a virus? We look at best practice approaches to managing attendance and supporting staff with their health and wellbeing coupled with a more specific focus on managing COVID-19 related absences.

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Cost: £99 + VAT (or free to HR SLA customers using promo code)

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Managing Staff Attendance During a Pandemic - 26 January 2021

Content

School’s are feeling the full force of the pandemic when it comes to staff absence and the impact is at times overwhelming for school leaders. Whether there be staff absences related to non-COVID matters, COVID itself, shielding, isolating or refusal to attend work because of the threat of the virus, it all has a huge impact on the effective running of the school.

In this session we look at:

  • best practice for attendance management and how attendance can be managed effectively by being consistent in the application of policies and procedures

  • how school leaders can support and reassure staff during this time and what management tools can be utilised to help limit the impact that absence has

  • managing the Clinically Vulnerable and Clinically Extremely Vulnerable groups

  • COVID-19 related absences, what you can and can’t do from a management perspective

Who is it for?

Headteachers, School Business Managers and Senior Leadership Teams

Age Phase

All


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