Course on absenteeism: rights and duties in the event of occupational disability
HRM or PO staff generally play a major role in the performance of employees. An important aspect of this is monitoring absenteeism, whereby the rights and obligations of the employee during illness must be clear.
Our one-day training course : Guidance on absenteeism: Rights and obligations in the event of incapacity for work explains clearly and comprehensibly the regulations concerning incapacity for work and how these regulations are elaborated in case law. This is done with a focus on daily practice. Human Resource Management and labour law are inextricably linked. A sound basic knowledge of labour law is therefore of great importance.
- It appears that the employee was already unfit for work before he or she started working. What to do now?
- Sick is not the same as unfit for work
- Who determines whether an employee is unfit for work?
- Obligations under the Gatekeeper Act
- Reintegration tools and sanctions
- Wages during illness
- Calculation of two-year period, rules and pitfalls
- Dismissal during and after two years of illness
- Obligations during WIA / Sickness Benefits Act
- Own risk bearing
- Dismissal after two years of illness
This training is ideally suited for HRM and PO employees or employees who fulfil partial tasks in the field of HRM or PO. The training focuses on the regulations of regular labour law, not on civil servants law.
This training alternates theory with practical examples, so that the theory can be clearly placed in a recognisable framework. There is also opportunity to discuss problems that the participants encounter in their own work situation. In this way, participants can learn from each other about the various problems that occur in their daily work. The participants are given tools on how to deal with them.
The training material includes a syllabus, in which the main points of legislation and case law are clearly explained for each subject. In addition, you will receive a book, in which the entire labour law is explained in brief. Depending on which publisher has the most recent edition, this will be "De Kleine Gids voor het Nederlands Arbeidsrecht" or "Boom Basics Arbeidsrecht".
The course description above gives a good indication of what the training will look like. However, the content may vary slightly from training to training, depending on the prior knowledge, practical experience and learning goals of the participants. In individual intake interviews prior to the training, the learning goals of the participants are inventoried. The definitive programme of the training course is determined on this basis.
Combination with other training courses
There are three modules in the field of labour law. These modules connect well with each other, but can also be pursued separately. The modules are:
- Module 1: Employment Contract: Rights and Obligations
- Module 2: Absenteeism: Rights and Responsibilities during Incapacity for Work
- Module 3: Dismissal Law under the Wwz, Reorganisation and Dysfunction
The training is provided in Dutch as standard. The trainer has a good command of the English language. Use can be made of course material in English. With a minimum of three participants, the training can also be provided entirely in English.
Prices mentioned are per person, including course material.
Lunch is included in the on-site training.
||2 sessions of 3 hours
|Price per day, excluding VAT
|Total, incl. VAT
After completion of the training, a Learnit certificate is issued as proof of participation.