'Where's John?'

What can you do when you think your employee's gone AWOL?


Dear manager,

John hasn’t shown up for work all week! And you have no idea if he’s ever coming back to work!

You’ve tried getting hold of him to no avail.

What can you do when you think your employee has absconded?

Don’t be too quick to decide that John’s absconded or deserted with the intention never to return.

You first need to make sure he’s actually absconded and then you have to follow the right process to dismiss him if he has...

If you don’t, he can take you to the CCMA… and he’ll probably win too!

 

The abscondment solution you’ve been waiting for

AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond is a step-by-step guide on the process you need to follow to make sure you deal with absconded employees correctly and effectively.

With it, you can confidently deal with absconding employees while protecting yourself and your company from an unfair dismissal case. 

 

But who has the time to deal with AWOL employees?


I know you don’t have time to deal with this on top of everything else you have to do today, but you have to deal with the situation effectively so you don’t have to land up at the CCMA!

That’s why I got four of the best Labour Law and HR experts in SA to put together this step-by-step guide to effectively deal with absconsion.

In it, you’ll benefit from more than 50 years of their combined knowledge. And you’ll be able to take action against the employee that’s gone AWOL, legally!
 

 

Let’s recap… What’s in it for you?

If you order AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond today, you’ll receive:

  • A report compiled by four experts with decades of experience in the labour and HR field;
  • A step-by-step guide to the exact process you must follow to ensure you deal with the situation effectively and legally;
  • A checklist to follow when dealing with abscondment;
  • Sample absenteeism and desertion policy;
  • The ten most often asked questions on absondment and the experts’ answers; and
  • A 30-day money-back guarantee.

All for the special launch price of only R199 excl Vat.

What are you waiting for?

Taryn Strugnell
Online Product Manager: AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond

P.S. Our special launch price is only valid for the next three days so don’t wait. Order yours today and solve your abscondment problems!
 

 


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Yes! I’d like to order AWOL! Your guide to dealing with employees who abscond so I’ll know exactly what I have to do when dealing with an employee who goes AWOL.

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