Your employee reports sick. What should you do next? As an employer, you have certain obligations. In our newsletter, we inform you about the most important things to take into account when your employee reports sick.
In this newsletter on employee illness we discuss:
• The most important dates if one of your employees calls in sick
• The privacy of a sick employee
• The employer’s obligations during the illness of an employee
• The employee’s obligations during their illness
• What to do in case of frequent short term sick leave of an employee
• Holiday during illness
• The dismissal of the ill employee
• The establishment of a sick leave policy
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