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A two-year internal study within the organisation revealed a drop in absenteeism among their employees.
A 2010 study conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) suggested that smoking, drug abuse and alcoholism play a large role in workplace absenteeism.
To determine the threshold and pattern in lagged days that best predicts an outbreak of absenteeism and fever/influenza syndrome, we applied the Sasaki et al.
The 5% absenteeism rate for the four months to the end of April this year is falling far short of the 3.
Almost half of the respondents (47%) believe that the level of absenteeism at their company is low, with a further 47.
4 per cent, say that their company tracks absenteeism, but that "no serious measures are ever taken".
I am sure there are many genuine cases for absenteeism and long-term sickness.
The researchers used MSAS findings to create statistical models to explore potential factors affecting variations in menstruation-related absenteeism.
Needless to mention here is that a few medical officers and other health personnel have also been suspended from their duties mainly on the charges of absenteeism and committing negligence in their duties.
economy an estimated $278 billion annually in lost productivity due to absenteeism and incremental healthcare costs.