Do you know what your obligations are as an employer towards ill and injured employees? Maybe you have an employee who has provided a medical certificate stating they are unfit for work but with no further information about their condition or when they will be fit to return to work. In this workshop, the our workplace relations advisors will go through your obligations to the employee (and vice versa), your options if the employee refuses to cooperate or does not reply to requests for more information, and whether you can terminate for incapacity. We will also consider the potential risks in managing this common scenario.
Tailored courses are available upon request.
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This entry to advanced level course is suitable for business owners, managers and HR professionals.
Obligations of the employer to the employee and vice versa
Requesting medical evidence
Steps required to return employee to work
Reasonable adjustments and modified duties
Termination for incapacity
Risks of mismanagement
Accredited or non-accredited: which is right for you?
As a nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code 0712), the NRA Retail Institute delivers both accredited and non-accredited training across Australia. But what is the difference? What does it really mean for you? And which one is right for you?