Managing Ill and Injured Employees
The management of employees on long-term WorkCover, Ill or Injured Employees is difficult, it is littered with problems, obligations, liabilities, and demands. An Employer must seek good advice, inject TIME into the process and take a long-term view.
The setting of clear objectives, clear communication and progress to understanding the employee’s capacity will help all parties to make informed decisions.
Workforce Advisory knows the importance of helping Employers, providing a considered and stable approach and the advantages of time.
We assist a wide number of Employers across all industries including construction with questions, workers’ compensation and capacity issues.
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For queries about Ill and Injured Employees, Workers’ Compensation or WorkCover, or other employment questions, please contact Dean Cameron at Workforce Advisory Lawyers – We Know Employment Law on 1300 WAL LAW, 0417 622 178 or via email to email@example.com
Disclaimer: This information is provided as general advice on workplace relations and employment law. It does not constitute legal advice, and it is always advisable to seek further information regarding specific workplace issues. Liability limited by a scheme approved under professional standards legislation.