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How to manage long-term sickness absence

How to manage long-term sickness absence

Most companies can cope day-to-day when someone’s ill, but what happens when a team member is signed off long-term sick? Employee sickness management is a major challenge when you’re running at reduced resources for a prolonged length of time. 


By Bradley Revell
Get your WhosOff account ready for 2022

Get your WhosOff account ready for 2022

Ensure your WhosOff account is ready for 2022 with our useful tips, including allowances for your staff, bank/public holidays and carryover.
By Callum Ellis
Top tips: how to manage a last-minute influx of annual leave requests

Top tips: how to manage a last-minute influx of annual leave requests

With the holiday year drawing to a close for many businesses, employees will be checking how much annual leave they have left in their entitlement. Often, this leads to a sudden surge in requests for last minute time off.


By Bradley Revell
Is annual leave carry over a good idea?

Is annual leave carry over a good idea?

Many companies choose to run their holiday year alongside the calendar year – which means the countdown to Christmas is also the last chance for employees to use their annual leave entitlement. But what happens when someone is unable to take all their holiday before the end of the year?

By Bradley Revell
What happens if my employee is called up for jury service?

What happens if my employee is called up for jury service?

Every year, around 40,000 people across the UK are selected to take part in jury service – so the chances are a member of your company will be called up at some point.

To help you respond in the most effective way, WhosOff has put together a quick guide to managing staff absences due to jury service commitments… 

By Bradley Revell
How to manage staff sickness

How to manage staff sickness

Nobody wants to fall ill. But for many workers, having to take time off through sickness is a real source of fear. 

More than 80% of Brits still go to work when they’re sick, as they either don’t want to let their team down, they’re worried about job security, or they’re just too overwhelmed by their workload to take time off. However, this culture of ‘presenteeism’ has a detrimental impact for employers.
By Bradley Revell
What is an annual leave policy?

What is an annual leave policy?

When you’re launching a business, naturally the focus is on creating plans and growing your customer base. Which means HR tasks like managing annual leave slip to the bottom of the pile.
By Bradley Revell
5 types of time off your business might not track – but needs to

5 types of time off your business might not track – but needs to

Most businesses have a holiday calendar, but annual leave isn’t the only time that team members are out of the office. There are many reasons why people may be absent from work; and if these aren’t factored into your forward planning, you run the risk of being under-staffed.

By Bradley Revell
How can businesses manage Bank Holiday staffing better?

How can businesses manage Bank Holiday staffing better?

Bank Holidays are a cause for celebration, but for employers they can be a logistical nightmare. How do you keep operations running when everyone’s off? Or get enough staff to cover jobs when everyone wants to take the day off?
By Tony Bushell
7 signs it’s time to book a holiday

7 signs it’s time to book a holiday

The UK is a nation of workaholics. A third of people check their emails as soon as they wake up, while more than half work longer than their contracted hours at least four days a week. As for holiday? That’s the last thing on many diligent professionals’ minds.
By Tony Bushell
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