Sick Visiting Memos

Copies of “Sick Visiting” Memos between the Welfare Office and George Dowty – Dec 1943

Even in war time employees, employees became unwell to attend to work and there was process in place at Dowty, where the employee would be visited at home by the Welfare Office to enquire if any care or help was required.

Reading these memos, it is clear that George Dowty was not happy about the length of time an employee was waiting to be visited by the Welfare Office!

 

Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Sick Visiting Memos between the Welfare Office and Sir George - Dec 1943
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

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