Revealed: A step-by-step guide to effectively deal with absconsion
You need to tread very carefully when dealing with abscondment. You can't just decide on the spot that your employee has absconded or deserted with the intention of never to return and dismiss him as a result. If you do, your employee can take you to the CCMA and he'll probably win too! Luckily, you can avoid this by using AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond.
The reality is that many employers struggle when dealing with abscondment
If you're one of these employees, you'll be glad to know that there's a simple solution to deal with absconding employees: The labour Law for Managers
What is AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond?
'AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond is a step-by-step guide on the process you need to follow to make sure you deal with absconded employees correctly and effectively,' says Anneli Brink Product Manager for AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond.
She adds that 'with it, you can confidently deal with absconding employees, while protecting yourself and your company from an unfair dismissal case.'
For example, you'll know exactly what to do when John doesn't show up to work all week and you have no idea if he's ever coming back to work.
The product has been put together by four of the best Labour Law and HR experts in South Africa.
One of the experts is Janine Nieuwoudt, editor-in-chief of the Practical Guide to Human Resource Management
Essentially, you'll benefit from more than 50 years of their combined knowledge. And you'll be able to take action against an employee that's gone AWOL, legally.
Some of the things AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond will offer you include:
A step-by-step guide to the exact process you must follow to ensure you deal with the situation effectively and legally;
A checklist to follow when dealing with abscondment.
Remember, one mistake when dealing with abscondment
could land you at the CCMA. But you can avoid this by using this step-by-step guide to effectively deal with abscontion: AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond. Read more about it here.
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