Employment Law – Evidence for Personal, Carers & Sick Leave

by Andrew Lind on 2 December, 14

An employee tells you they are sick and cannot attend work… Can you, as the employer, ask for a report from their doctor? Can you, as the employer, ask to attend a consultation with their doctor?

What evidence are you, as the employee, required to give your employer if you take sick, personal or carers leave?

If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions or if you feel you should consider them click here to read what Brisbane lawyersJames Tan & Alistair Macpherson have to say in their short article.

If you have any questions about how our Brisbane employment or commercial lawyers can help you as an employee, employer or as a business owner please contact us on 07 3252 0011 or visit our website for more great resources.

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