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AUTHOR: Rachel Suff
The return-to-work interview is a well-established tool, but
its efficacy stands or falls according to the competence and confidence of line
On this page:Return-to-work interviews can help reduce absenceChart 1: The impact of return-to-work interviews on absence
levelsDrops in absence ratesTable
1: Example reductions in absence levels - % of working time per annum Table 2: Example reductions in absence levels -
days per employee per annumEffectiveness of return-to-work
interviewsChart 2: Beneficial effects of return-to-work interviewsWhen are return-to-work interviews
best used?Line managers' role in return-to-work
Box 1: Sample employer feedback on the role of line
Training for line managersChart
3: Areas of line manager training in return-to-work
Line managers' skills fall short
Other barriers to effective use of return-to-work interviews
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