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Employee Sickness and Fitness for Work [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781854186911Publication details: London : Thorogood Publishing Ltd, 2010.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 9781854187550
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Employee Sickness and Fitness for WorkDDC classification:
  • 344.4101
LOC classification:
  • HD5115 .H878 2010
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Contents:
Contents; Cover; Title page; The author; Chapter 1 The law on recruitment; Chapter 2 Assessing health whilst in employment; Chapter 3 Short-term, persistent absence; Chapter 4 Long-term or acute sickness absence; Chapter 5 Personal injury claims at work; Chapter 6 Disability discrimination - latest law and case law; Chapter 7 Doctor's Duty of confidentiality; Appendices; Appendix 1 Data Protection Act 1998; Appendix 2 Medical consent form; Appendix 3 Sickness absence model letters; Appendix 4 Long-term absence letters and policies
Appendix 5 Medical questionnaire for work related upper limb disordersAppendix 6 Alcohol and drug testing policy; Appendix 7 Draft policy on controlled (illicit) substances; Appendix 8 Confidentiality clause example; Appendix 9 List of cases; Other specially commissioned briefings from Thorogood;
Summary: The second edition of _Employee Sickness and Fitness for Work_ will show you how to get the best out of your employees, from recruitment to retirement, while protecting yourself and your firm to the full. For example, did you know that you don't have to accept every doctor's certificate for sickness absence? Or that not all duties are suspended when an employee is off sick? The Report is filled with constructive advice and guidance on all employment regulations.
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Contents; Cover; Title page; The author; Chapter 1 The law on recruitment; Chapter 2 Assessing health whilst in employment; Chapter 3 Short-term, persistent absence; Chapter 4 Long-term or acute sickness absence; Chapter 5 Personal injury claims at work; Chapter 6 Disability discrimination - latest law and case law; Chapter 7 Doctor's Duty of confidentiality; Appendices; Appendix 1 Data Protection Act 1998; Appendix 2 Medical consent form; Appendix 3 Sickness absence model letters; Appendix 4 Long-term absence letters and policies

Appendix 5 Medical questionnaire for work related upper limb disordersAppendix 6 Alcohol and drug testing policy; Appendix 7 Draft policy on controlled (illicit) substances; Appendix 8 Confidentiality clause example; Appendix 9 List of cases; Other specially commissioned briefings from Thorogood;

The second edition of _Employee Sickness and Fitness for Work_ will show you how to get the best out of your employees, from recruitment to retirement, while protecting yourself and your firm to the full. For example, did you know that you don't have to accept every doctor's certificate for sickness absence? Or that not all duties are suspended when an employee is off sick? The Report is filled with constructive advice and guidance on all employment regulations.