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Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 07:37

How long before my start time do I need to ring and notify that I’m sick and need to be off.

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 07:50

ViperF wrote:How long before my start time do I need to ring and notify that I’m sick and need to be off.


As soon as practical, but if you leave message on answer machine, you must ring again later after ~1030 to try to speak to managers.

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 08:37

You can self certify for 7 days.

One thing I'm not sure on is whether you can use the online 111 form to cover a further 7 days ?

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 11:04

NWpostie wrote:You can self certify for 7 days.

One thing I'm not sure on is whether you can use the online 111 form to cover a further 7 days ?


Think you misread the question.

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 20:33

I think with the current situation just ring your doctors and I think they will issue one over the phone

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 20:40

Not really a cut off point. For example if you arrive at work and then start feeling sick you would have to go home.

Ringing in sick

27 Mar 2020, 20:52

ViperF wrote:How long before my start time do I need to ring and notify that I’m sick and need to be off.

There's more info here, ViperF: https://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/community/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=92924

And an overview of the Attendance Agreement here: https://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/mrm/Attendance_summary.pdf

  • If you’re unable to come to work you need to
    speak to your manager (or their deputy if they’re
    unavailable) or go through the agreed process
    for your unit, as soon as possible. You should
    ideally speak to them before you’re due to be in
    work
    .

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