How to ... Deal with sickness absence

Practices need to take action when staff sick leave causes major disruption. By Rayner Jones, a partner and employment law specialist at solicitors Lester Aldridge LLP

by Rayner Jones, a partner and employment law specialist at solicitors Lester Aldridge LLP
If an employee is on long-term leave you may need to obtain a medical report before any proceedings (Photograph: getty)
If an employee is on long-term leave you may need to obtain a medical report before any proceedings (Photograph: getty)

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