Job absence and turnover: a new source of data

Miner, Mary Green
October 1977
Monthly Labor Review;Oct77, Vol. 100 Issue 10, p24
Academic Journal
Analyzes survey data from the U.S. Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) on job absence and turnover for 1976. Overview of the BNA survey methodology; Business establishments covered by the survey; Regional differences in absence and turnover rates; Use of the data to assess future absence and turnover rates.


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