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- Every Day Is Sunday. // Time;3/29/1971, Vol. 97 Issue 13, p106
The article focuses on the increasing rate of employee absenteeism in industrial nations like the U.S., Great Britain, and especially the Soviet Union. It highlights that recently the problem has hit one of the world's fastest-growing industrial countries, Italy. The statistics depicting...
- Sick workers still get holiday pay. d'Arcy, John // Contract Journal;5/22/2002, Vol. 413 Issue 6378, p4
Focuses on the regulations of the British government on holiday pay and long-term sickness of workers. Information on a proposal given by the British Employment Appeal Tribunal on labor policies; Sample cases cited which concern worker pay and work absences.
- Dealing with desertion. Truter, Jan // Finweek;10/13/2011, p47
The article offers information on how employers should deal with employees who remain absent from the office without any notice.
- Psoriasis: a significant burden to employers. // PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;5/1/2010, Issue 602, p5
The article focuses on the significant burden facing U.S. employers from indirect costs related to absenteeism and disability in employees with psoriasis, according to a study funded by Abbott Laboratories and presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatoloty in 2010.
- FEATURE AGENCY LAW. // Cabinet Maker;2/3/2012, Issue 5773, p16
The article provides an answer to a question on the problems faced by employers with employee sickness absence.
- Employers fear health challenges follow rising age of workforce. Ryan, Patricia // Research Review (International Council on Active Aging);Sep2012, Vol. 12 Issue 36, p2
The article presents the Heath of the Workforce report conducted by the British insurance company Aviva which concludes while there are positive benefits for employing people past the age of 65 years old, absenteeism due to illness remains a major concern.
- Employed but not at work: a review of unpaid absences. Leon, Carol Boyd // Monthly Labor Review;Nov81, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p18
Discusses data on job absenteeism in the U.S. compiled as of November 1981. Absences and reasons for not working; Unpaid absences by industry; Monthly count of unpaid absences; Implications on employment practices.
- RECOGNIZING THE FINANCIAL PAIN OF MIGRAINES. Doheny, Kathleen // Workforce Management;8/28/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 16, p10
The article reports on the cost associated with migraine headaches. It cost U.S. employers more than $24 billion annually, including direct health care costs and indirect expenses such as absenteeism, researchers reported at the American Headache Society meeting in June 2006. The handful of...
- Statutory Sick Pay-- package for employers. // Accountancy;May83, Vol. 94 Issue 1077, p15
The article provides information on a complete procedure designed to provide all an employer needs to operation the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) scheme in Great Britain being offered by Richard E. Goodyear. It comprises a detailed, single sheet absence and sickness register with an employer's guide...