Evaluation of the impact of the policy and procedure on incapacity leave and ill-health retirement (PILIR) on sick leave trends in the public service

Description

Through this report the PSC aimed to:
• Assess the sick leave trends and reasons thereof, in the national departments of Labour, Health, Basic and Higher Education and Training and provincial departments of Health and Education in all nine provinces.
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• Do a comparative analysis per financial year reflecting trends prior to implementing PILIR in order to assess whether or not there has been any change in sick leave trends.
• Identify success factors that are critical to the effective implementation of PILIR in the Public Service.
• Identify barriers impacting on the implementation of PILIR in the Public Service.
• Generate recommendations for the improvement of the implementation of PILIR and sick leave management in the Public Service.

Information

Evaluation Number:
228
Score:
3.6
Report Approval:
31 March 2010
Published:
18 February 2013
Initiated By:
Public Service Commission
Undertaken By:
Public Service Commission
Evaluation Period:
January 2009- February 2010
Evaluation Area:
Public service, governance, M&E
National Outcome:
National Outcome 12: An efficient, effective and development oriented public service and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship.
Commissioned By:
Evaluation Type:
Impact
Evaluation Subject:
Policy
Geographic Scope:
National

Evaluation Documents

File Name
228 EQAT 20130322 rb_mb.pdf
ALUATION THE IMPACT .pdf

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