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The Role of Human Resources in Managing Absence

Source: Vizual Management Solutions Ltd
Almost four in ten employers say the recession has increased their organization’s focus on reducing absence levels and costs. For these companies, human resources (HR) can provide effective absence management and promote accountability by providing accurate records and reports that illustrate trends and patterns that can help managers recognize early indicators of an ineffective department. Find out how.


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