LINKS & NOTES
- Total Absence Management: Practical Solutions to Prevent and Minimize Employee Absence. Ritter, Anne // Employee Benefits Journal;Dec2000, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p3
Discusses total absence management. Benefits; Components; Correlation between absence, employee turnover and productivity.
- Time is money. // Personnel Today;7/9/2002, p26
Focuses on implications of improving the personnel management for company expenditures. Importance of assigning absence management to human resource and line managers; Prioritization of productivity for improvement of employees performance; Significance of strategic analytics to solve...
- Benchmarker 2002. // Personnel Today;7/9/2002, p51
Provides information related to personnel management. Variation of absenteeism level among employees; Expenditures on agency recruitment; Survey on the effectiveness of human resource.
- Strong return-to-work culture can cut costs of absenteeism. Carroll, Pam // Employee Benefit News;Oct2000, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p16
Reports on the impact of employee absenteeism on companies. Range of the total cost of absenteeism on the company's payroll; Things employers can do to promote a return-to-work culture; Insurance carrier considerations for building a return-to-work culture.
- How to deal with continuing absenteeism. // New Zealand Management;Aug2000, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p12
Offers tips for managers on the management of employee absenteeism. Focus on interdependence; Detection of warning signs of absenteeism; Practice of post-absence interviews; Support for legitimate personal problems.
- Limit unexcused absences. // Communication Briefings;Jan2014, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p6
The article offers tips in limiting unexcused absences by agreeing with the employees to make up the missed time or working on overtime.
- 5 STEPS TO... Allen, Kate // Regeneration & Renewal;8/22/2008, p22
The article lists five steps in managing the absenteeism of employees which include effective communication with employees, involvement of line managers, and keeping in touch during the long-term sickness.
- Staff take less time off when seniors monitor. // Personnel Today;6/18/2002, p47
Presents the absence rates for responsibility levels in Great Britain. Responsibility for monitoring sickness absence; Average of days lost per employee; Percentage of organizations that place sickness monitoring in the hands of line managers.
- Who picks up the slack while you're on holiday?. // Computer Weekly;9/5/2002, p38
Reports the results of the survey on resource gap from employees taking holidays. Increase of workloads and stress levels; Complaint on the excessive working hours to cover absent employees; Concern on extra workload given.
- SICK OF SICKIES. O'REILLY, JO // National Liquor News;Sep2011, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p26
The article offers tips to address excessive absenteeism through setting and communicating guidelines regarding attendance, clearly stating management expectations to employees, and conducting return to work interviews.