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Effectiveness of very early workplace interventions to reduce sickness absence
A systematic review of the literature and meta-analysis This systematic review identified a lack of evidence to support the effectiveness of "very early" (less than 15 days after the start of sickness absence) workplace intervention to reduce sick leave compared to usual care. Lack of consensus on definition of "very early/early" interventions, methodological design of studies, the extent, and timing of usual care provided and variable compliance between groups might explain the absence of demonstrated benefit. Source: Vargas-Prada S, Demou E, Lalloo D, Avila-Palencia I, Sanati...
The EASY (Early Access to Support for You) sickness absence service
A four-year evaluation of the impact on absenteeism Objectives In May 2008, the National Health Service (NHS) Lanarkshire (NHSL) implemented a unique telephone-based sickness absence management service entitled “EASY” (Early Access to Support for You). The EASY service supplements existing absence policies and enables telephone communication between the absentee, their line manager, and the EASY service from the first day of absence and referral to occupational health services at day ten. The aim of this study was to determine if the EASY service was effective between May 2008 and May...

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