Interested in simplifying your holiday process, saving time and hassle at all levels of the business, and reducing your sickness absence to boot? Read on to find out why it could be worth ditching Excel to manage your annual leave.
Employee sickness absence is a cost many businesses could do without, but it’s an unfortunate consequence of employing staff and needs to be tolerated to a degree. The big question is: how much is acceptable? How do you know if the level of sickness absence your company is experiencing is too high? The only way to be sure is by tracking and measuring your own employee sickness data.
Managing sickness absence is a notable challenge many employers face today. Differentiating between genuine illnesses and potential misuse of sick days is not always straightforward. This is where the Bradford Factor comes into play. Serving as a crucial tool, it aids employers in effectively managing and reducing unwarranted absences.
In this article, we will explore everything you need to know to implement the Bradford Factor into your sickness policy.
As well as recording holidays, The Holiday Tracker can be used to track other types of absence, most notably sickness. Sickness absence can be added to an employee’s calendar by their manager, or an admin.