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Absence Management Training

On 31st May, 2018 Direct Health Solutions facilitated an absence management training webinar with 75 front-line leaders, supervisors, mid level managers, and HR professionals attending. The webinar covered the following key topics:

 Topic 1: Common versus best practice absence management

Topic 2: The psychology of motivated absence and the entitlement mentality

Topic 3: A specific language that facilitates employee accountability for behaviour change

Topic 4: Management approaches designed to reduce absence and influence a positive team culture

Direct Health Solutions has well over a decade of industry experience in educating thousands of managers in constructively managing employee absenteeism. We offer targeted training that has proven results in reducing absence levels and positively impacting work culture.

Contact us now if you are interested in obtaining a recording of the webinar, or you wish to discuss your absence challenges.

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Absence Management Program helps Australian business reduce absenteeism rates by 40%

POSTED ON 11th February, 2020

An absence management strategy is a complex interaction of process, reporting systems, management action and employee behaviour, not to mention workplace culture and engagement. Through centralisation of absence recording, we are able to do a number of essential activities to help business get control of absenteeism, develop positive workplace cultures and demonstrate real benefits Direct […]

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How to combat non-genuine absence

POSTED ON 11th February, 2020

If you’ve been in management for any period of time, you have no doubt had experience with employees who needed time off just a little too often – or too regularly – to be credible. That said, many managers are wary of disputing the authenticity of absences, particularly where there is no solid evidence to […]

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2019 Absenteeism Survey Results

POSTED ON 10th February, 2020

Absence Levels Employee absence increased from 9.7 days in 2017 to 11.2 days per employee per annum in 2019. This is an increase of one and half days, or 15%. The median was 9.9 days per annum. 37% of respondent organisations believe their absence levels increased in the last 12 months, 25% indicated they had […]

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