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Employee Absenteeism and Misconduct for Corporate Clients

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Employee Absenteeism and Misconduct

Employing and training new staff for whatever job specification is very costly, both absenteeism and misconduct can cost businesses much greater sums. If an employee taking regular days or weeks off work whether on SSP or full pay, if this is not genuine it is a misconduct offence.

Misconduct has many more forms such as theft, moonlighting, false expenses claims, espionage and many others. Employment law is complex, if you don't get it right counter claims and tribunals will follow. Our task is to gather evidence that is beyond doubt that your employee is committing misconduct, or taking time off without genuine reasons, you will need to get proof or peace of mind.
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