- Sick days hit lowest level in two decades. Berry, Mike // Personnel Today;5/16/2006, p3
The article focuses on the latest CBI/AXA absence report in Great Britain which revealed that the number of days lost through absence across the country has fallen to its lowest level in almost 20 years. However, the direct cost of staff absence, based on salary costs of absent individuals,...
- Are you optimizing your most powerful resource - your talent? ZARBOCK, RON // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;8/4/2014, Vol. 43 Issue 48, p10
The article discusses how businesses can optimize the skills of their employees. Topics covered include the importance of conducting an effective operational study and need for observing productivity and absenteeism trends. Also mentioned is the benefit from examining invoices and employee costs...
- Stress takes increasing blame for sick leave. // People Management;10/28/2010, p7
The article highlights the higher rates in absences seen by the British public sector compared to other sectors due to stress, according to the annual absence survey of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
- Absence down, but stress on the rise. // People Management;Oct2014, p13
The article discusses the findings of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's "2014 CIPD/Simplyhealth Absence Management Survey," which found a decline in the levels of employee absence in Great Britain in 2014. Topics covered include the failure of companies to act on signs of...
- ROUND-UP. // People Management;Jul2011, p52
The article presents updates on the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) as of July 2011 including its annual absence management survey with Simplyhealth, the online availability of CIPD's annual Resourcing and Talent Planning survey, and its revised online factsheet which...
- Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Employee Absence And The Evaporating Workforce. Kaleta, Sharon; Anderson, Edward E. // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;11/3/2003, Vol. 107 Issue 44, p28
Focuses on the impact of incidental or claimless employee abscenses on struggling companies in the U.S. Unscheduled instances when an employee is away from work for one to five days; Reasons cited why incidental abscenses occur; Effect of unscheduled abscenses on work schedules.
- Leave with no option. Aikin, Olga // People Management;05/06/99, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p25
Discusses absence from work. Its categories; Issue on deciding whether absence procedures should be included in the contact terms; Information on several related cases.
- Missed work and lost hours, May 1985. Klein, Bruce W. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov86, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p26
Examines trends in employee absenteeism in the United States, collected in May 1985 through a special supplement of the Current Population Survey. Proportion of hours lost from unscheduled absences; Causes of absenteeism; Incidence of absenteeism from 1980 to 1985; Variation by industry and...
- Absent workers and lost work hours, May 1978. Taylor, Daniel E. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug79, Vol. 102 Issue 8, p49
Highlights the rates of employee absence in the United States for 1978. Reasons for employees' lost hours of work; Impact of the recession on employee absenteeism; Variation in employee absence trends by industry and occupation.