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How to Stop Excessive Absenteeism from Undermining Your Business

In a perfect workplace, employee absences would always be scheduled well in advance. But you know the drill … Carl calls out with no notice regularly, Hannah has headaches every other Monday and Clyde claims family “emergencies” way too often. Excused absences are one thing, but when they’re unplanned or excessive, they can negatively impact your productivity and profits.

Don’t let chronic absenteeism hurt your business! Get a better understanding of the typical reasons behind unnecessary time off, why it matters and the steps you can take to prevent it. With this awareness and a recommended action plan, you can better manage employee attendance and keep absenteeism from getting out of hand.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • The hidden costs of excessive absenteeism
  • Practical ways to prevent the problem
  • How to recognize legally protected absences under federal laws
  • The most popular types of PTO accrual, and how to set up a customized program
  • The importance of a written attendance policy and consistent tracking
Ashley Kaplan, Esq.
Presented by: Ashley Kaplan, Esq.,
Senior Employment Law Attorney
A record number of state and local employment laws were passed in 2018, and many more are pending. With each new law that passes, employers must struggle to understand and comply with ever-increasing obligations.
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