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Q. Will this create additional work for managers such as writing reports etc adding to their existing commitments?

A. The process will not involve managers writing investigation reports and for some areas may reduce the work load and time regarding referring a case to a disciplinary hearing. Following a formal absence review meeting, if a line manager has concerns regarding an employee’s level of attendance and wishes this to be considered at a disciplinary hearing then the line manager would supply the next in line manager with a SSTS print out, meeting outcome letter and any other relevant information.

A report is only required when an employee is being referred to a disciplinary hearing where one potential outcome is dismissal. In such cases, support can be provided by an HR representative to the manager when compiling a report to be submitted to the next in line manager.