An Employee Who is Frequently Absent (Managing Essentials™ Series)
eLearning Course

An Employee Who is Frequently Absent (Managing Essentials™ Series)

Addressing Frequent Absenteeism

New Just-In-Time Performance Management Tool! You have an employee who’s frequently absent from the job - and they don't realize the impact on their co-workers. What do you do? There are five steps you can take to help the situation while clearly setting organizational expectations.

Learning Path & Details


  • Developing Core Leadership Skills
  • Leading and Managing for Peak Performance

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to effectively work with an employee who’s frequently absent from the job.
  • Using a step-by-step process to successfully engage and communicate the issue at hand.


  • Integrated Video
  • Interactions and Activities
  • Downloadable Job Aid
  • Downloadable FAQ

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Additional Information

Be prepared to provide documentation of the exact number of absences and the effect on others in the organization. Get agreement that frequent absences are a problem that needs resolving. Be specific about the attendance you expect in the future and get the employees commitment.

Trainer Comments: When working with employees, it is important to always treat them with respect and care. This is as important to their success as it is to yours. A job well done is as important to people today as it ever was, and part of your job as manager is to help your employees achieve that goal. In many cases, when employees don’t complete their work appropriately, it is because they do not clearly understand what’s expected of them. They have not received the necessary training or instruction to do their jobs correctly.

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