HR Absence Management Consortium
What is Absence Management?
- An integrated telephone and Internet system which is not installed at the school district.
- Automated Substitute Placement Service for K-12 School Districts.
- A true ASP (Application Service Provider) model.
- A completely redundant system monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What are the benefits of Absence Management?
- Requires no hardware, software, or phone lines to maintain.
- No maintenance or upgrades are needed.
- Simplifies the payroll process.
- Teachers can use Absence Management to register their absences.
- Substitutes can use Absence Management to search for assignments.
- Administrators can use Absence Management to know in real-time who is absent, why they’re out, and who is substituting.
- Fewer unfilled absences.
- Saves hours of manual sub calling.
What about Customer Service?
- Telephone—We give immediate help and support directly over the phone.
- Online—Convenient two-way online chat feature.
- E-mail—Quick responses saves you time.
- Client Services—Each Absence Management expert gives each consortium member the same professional treatment.
- Customer Service included in Consortium fee.
Why choose the Absence Management Consortium?
- Low risk.
- Group rate
- Absence Management has over a 98% retention rate.
- Frontline has been awarded two patents from the U.S. Patent Office.
- Absence Management serves over 600 districts in the United States and Canada, and is the largest substitute placement system in the world.
Absence Management (AESOP) Staff
Suzanne ReisterExecutive Director, Human Resources
Email Suzanne Reister
Flor LopezHR Program Support Assistant
Email Flor Lopez
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