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Approximately 80 pages
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HR Manager's Guide to Attendance Management
Par : Hugh Secord, CHRP, SHRP
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Absenteeism costs Canadian organizations billions of dollars in lost productivity, health care benefits and the impact on employee morale. Managing employee attendance can have significant impact on the bottom line. Organizations that are able to control absenteeism are distinguished by their positive employee relations cultures. Ultimately this strengthens the over-all value-proposition and creates a strong bond between the organization and its clients. This HR Manager’s Guide looks at the root causes of absenteeism and offers practical solutions to improve employee attendance and cut the costs associated with excessive absences. This Guide also examines some of the tricky legal issues associated with managing absences due to long term illnesses and injuries, substance abuse and pattern absenteeism. The reader will learn how to effectively counsel employees with chronic absenteeism issues, how to use discipline effectively and how to avoid litigation in cases where terminating the employment relationship becomes necessary.
À propos de l'auteur
Hugh Secord, B.A., M.B.A., CHRP, SHRP is Chief Strategist with Oakbridges Labour Relations Strategists Inc. Hugh has been a Human Resource Management and Labour Relations Consultant practicing throughout Canada with over 30 years of experience in virtually every industrial sector. He held several Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) positions before entering the consulting field in 2005. Hugh has acted as chief spokesman in over 130 collective agreements and has been involved in resolving hundreds of grievances and other employment disputes. He has proactively promoted alternative dispute resolution methods, and his innovative approaches led to one of the first evergreen ("no-strike") contracts in the private sector. Hugh is the author of several books on human resource management practices including Implementing Best Practices in Human Resources Management, Best Practices: Strategic Human Resources Management and HR Manager's Guide to Attendance Management, and has written over 250 articles on human resources and labour relations topics. In addition, he has taught Organizational Behaviour and Employment Law courses and has spoken on labour topics in various forums.