Employee Absence and Fraud Prevention Through Call Center Services

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November 18th, 2014


Don’t let employee absences slow down your organization. As soon as an employee reports an absence, there are many steps to be taken. Automatic notification of all affected parties, activation of procedures to find a replacement, and beginning the intake process for absences related to short-term disability, long-term disability, or Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) incidents are all crucial elements. Beyond this, Actec also records when the absence will begin and when the employee will return so you can plan accordingly, all without consuming your supervisors’ valuable time.

It’s equally critical to stay connected with feedback from your employees regarding fraud, theft, sexual harassment, ethical concerns, equipment breakdowns, and safety matters to eliminate potential problems before they evolve into serious liability issues and lawsuits. Proactively soliciting feedback from your employees not only reduces your liability, but it also increases retention and improves the working environment for all of your employees and keeps you in compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which mandates that companies provide a way for employees to submit anonymous reports about financial irregularities without fear of retaliation.