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Using Your Attendance Policy as a Tool for Coaching for Improvement

It’s inevitable: employees are going to miss work, sometimes! While there are downsides to employee absences, your attendance policy may help alleviate some of their negative impact.

While it’s impossible to completely eliminate employee absences in the workplace, too much absenteeism can lead to losses in productivity, drops in work quality and reduced employee morale. With the right attendance policy and proper implementation, your attendance policy can not only benefit the company but also your employees.

Check out the recording of our “Using Your Attendance Policy as a Tool for Coaching for Improvement” webinar to learn how you can use your attendance policy to help your employees grow.

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