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Cover Magazine - Almost a third of employers do not provide early intervention - GRiD

Research reveals lack of long-term support for absent employees returning to work.

As many as 31% of employers do not make any early interventions to help staff return to work if they are absent for longer than six months due to ill health, disability or injury, a study by Group Risk Development (GRiD) has suggested.

The research among 500 employers carried out by the industry body also showed that a similar number (32%) do not have financial support in place for staff if they are absent for this amount of time.

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