The most common and popular practice in Absence Management in recent years is developing management capability to manage health and absence.
Informed Absence Management is essential to provide good care and conditions for employees and accountable management in business. It is the role of Absence Management to drive practice, raise standards and offer advice, guidance and practical support.
Studies undertaken by PwC, CIPD, WHO, HSE, The Lancet, MIND and many more all conclude that proactive work on health and wellbeing are effective for employees, employers and business – and establish short, medium and long term benefits.
Our practical programmes are specifically developed to be proactive, to enable companies and organisations to look after employees and to enable individuals to look after themselves.
The PwC report Building the Case for Wellness states “that it is clear that the benefits can significantly outweigh costs” and that a “wealth of evidence suggests a positive link between the introduction of programmes and improved KPIs”.