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  1. Provides a Policy & Procedures of Sick Leave Permit
  2. Provides a Flowchart of SOP Sick Leave Permit
  3. Provides of Sick Leave Application Form


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1. Policy of Sick Leave Permit
2. Procedures of Sick Leave Permit
3, Flowchart of SOP Sick Leave Permit
4. Sick Leave Application Form

The purpose of this procedure is to explain the process of permitting employee's sick leave; The procedure is carried out to ensure provision of moral support for sick employees while also ensuring that the sick leave is used appropriately.

The research is clear: paid sick leave isn't just good for workers, it's good for business as well. Healthy workers are essential to a successful business and a strong economy. When workers have access to paid sick leave, they demonstrate increased job satisfaction, commitment, and morale, while employers—and their bottom lines—reap the benefits of increased worker performance and productivity and reduced worker turnover. And access to guaranteed paid sick leave is a vital component to keeping businesses open and safe through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Access to paid sick leave increases worker productivity and reduces the spread of contagious illness in the workplace, leading to direct savings for businesses.

1. Paid sick leave reduces presenteeism (when employees show up to work while sick), which costs businesses in reduced productivity. Workers with minor illnesses are less productive than their healthy co-workers. Nationally, the common cold alone costs $16.6 billion in productivity loss. After Washington State implemented its paid sick leave law, for example, the percentage of workers that went to work while sick decreased significantly.

2. Paid sick leave also reduces the spread of contagion between co-workers—further increasing productivity and labor in the workplace. Absenteeism caused by the introduction of flu-like illness in the workplace is estimated to cost employers up to 111 million workdays per year.

Paid sick leave has proven to be particularly crucial to keeping businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

1. As the country with the highest cumulative number of COVID-19 cases,6 and the only one of the thirteen G12 countries with no paid sick leave, it is undeniable that the U.S. will need paid sick leave to end this crisis, to save lives, and to minimize disruption to businesses struggling to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.

2. Paid sick leave was critical to keeping businesses open through the pandemic in 2020. One study found that states in which workers gained temporary access to paid sick leave through the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act8 had around 400 fewer confirmed COVID-19 cases per day as a result.


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Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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