Yes. It is always good practice to arrange a return to work meeting with someone who has been off sick: whether that is a short term or long term sickness absence. That meeting gives you the opportunity to make sure that they are fit to return to work; whether they may need a phased return to work; whether they need any support or any adjustments making to help their ability to work and sustain attendance at work. It is also a good opportunity to find out if there are any underlying issues which you need to be aware of linked to their absence. See:
S6: Return to work interview form
S6 – Return to Work Interview Form
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