Research by Royal London investigates employee attitudes to sick pay
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) figures show that, on average, 960,000 employees take sick leave for a month or more every year, and new research from Royal London, which questioned 1,030 people, has revealed that 52% would worry about their income if they found themselves in this position. The survey also found that two-thirds (60%) found their employer's sick policies difficult to understand, with one-in-six workers not knowing what their employer's policy is. Sick pay Statutory...
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