You should produce the following evidence concerning your absence and ensure that appropriate certificates are provided for the whole of your absence:
A Medical Practitioner’s Certificate must also be provided:
Employees whose absence has been prolonged will be required to produce medical evidence to satisfy the Company that they are fit to return to the job they were employed to do. Such evidence may be obtained, if so required, from a doctor appointed by the Company whom the employee may be required to atiend for a medical examination to ascertain fitness for work.
If you are absent through sickness or injury for more than 5 days in any period of 12 months, the Company reserves the right to require a medical certificate for each and every day of absence over and above the 5 days, whether for one or several period(s) of absence through sickness or injury for the remainder of that year..
Failure to provide genuine certificates may result in sick pay being delayed or withheld and action under the Disciplinary Procedure being taken.