In this practical webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify the different types of employee absence
  • Underlying drivers of employee attendance
  • Practice vs. policy conflicts, and strategies to address them
  • Best practices and sources for potential return on investment (ROI)

You will also learn the value of Schedule Best Practice Audits© to identify the different types of absence included in employee attendance, employee attendance patterns, and employee request and schedule bullying, contributing to employee absence and attendance, disengagement, and turnover.

Upon course completion, you will be able to identify:

  • 3 types of employee absence
  • 3 underlying drivers for employee absence
  • 3 types of conflicts between employee attendance policies and practices
  • 3 strategies to resolve employee attendance practice-policy conflicts
  • 10 employee attendance best practices as defined by the Labor Management Institute
  • 3 sources for employee attendance best practice ROI.
Faculty Member
ChrysMarie Suby
Labor Management Institute, Inc.

ChrysMarie Suby is a nurse scientist, author and professional speaker, and owner and founder of the Labor Management Institute, Inc. She has more than 35 years of workforce management and healthcare experience specializing in the area of operations, time & labor management technology, employee scheduling, daily staffing, budgeting and financial management, productivity, and workforce management reporting in healthcare and non-healthcare industries nationally and internationally. Ms. Suby attained her undergraduate education from Metropolitan College in Minneapolis MN and MS/Adult Nurse Practitioner at the University of Minnesota. Certifications include Clinical Scheduling & Staffing (CCSS), Clinical Resource Leader (CCRL) and Time & Labor Workforce Management Professional (TLMP).

HR Credits

Credit Value Type Format
HRCI 1.25 General
SHRM 1.25 General

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