Absence is your 2nd biggest people process after payroll; do you know the truth about how this impacts on your bottom line?

CBI latest absence survey in 2011 reported that the UK economy lost 190 million working days to absence. The 190 million days cost employers £17billion.

In our experience, 81% of absence episodes are 7 days or less. Our occupational partners tell us that clinical intervention is ineffective in reducing the length of these absences.

So 81% of absence management is about Managers & how they manage absence.

Understanding the relevance of this one fact could in itself be the KEY to improving your bottom line. On the 9th May, in conjunction with the IOD our panel of experts will explain why successfully tackling the cost of unplanned absence is the responsibility of employers and their managers. They will also share with you thought provoking and challenging facts, knowledge & experiences to help you make a positive impact on your bottom line.

David Frost CBE, Co Author of the Government’s Sickness and Absence Review and Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce from 2003-2011
Deborah Mussell, Head of HR Process Improvements & HR Operations at British Gas. Deborah’s role includes the Identification and implementation of changes to HR processes to improve the business experience.
Mark Hammerton, Partner at DWF. Mark deals with highly sensitive HR matters, such as allegations involving senior individuals or reputational damage to the employer and executive terminations. He has also litigated, on behalf of large public sector clients, mass litigation for equal pay claims. Another expertise of Mark is the status of temporary workers and he has written and lectured widely on the Agency Workers Regulations.
Dr Mark Hall, Chief Medical Officer at Capita Health & Wellbeing
[/reveal] The panel will be covering all aspects of Absence Management including; Clinical intervention where & when this is appropriate, Managing the Managers, Employee engagement, Importance of robust policies & processes.

When: Thursday 9th May 2013. 18:00 – 20:30 Where: Lancaster London Hotel, Lancaster Terrace, W2 2TY Cost: Free There are only limited places available for the 9th May and they are going fast, so reserve your place now! Simply fill in the booking form above and we will contact you to confirm your place.