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Wrigleys' Employment Brunch Briefing: Managing Sickness Absence: A Case StudyFully booked - register to join our reserved list

Tuesday 9th April, 2024 |
Wrigleys Solicitors, 3rd Floor, 3 Wellington Place, Leeds LS1 4AP

This event is free to attend

This in-person event at our Leeds office will be an opportunity to work through a sickness absence case study based on real-life examples. With our employment law partner Alacoque Marvin and your fellow delegates, you will consider:

- Whether employees can be contacted during long term sickness absence
- How and when to gather information about medical conditions
- Data protection issues linked to sickness absence
- What to do when employees don’t engage with a sickness absence process
- Reasonable adjustments and disability discrimination risks
- What makes a fair process when dismissing for sickness absence


Please note that places for this in-person event are limited.


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Wrigleys' Employment Brunch Briefing

Managing sickness absence: a case study

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