Absenteeism is the failure to report to work.
Estimated annual cost—over $40 billion for U.S. organizations; $12 billion for Canadian firms; more than 60 billion Deutschmarks (U.S. $35.5 billion) each year in Germany
A one-day absence by a clerical worker can cost a U.S. employer up to $100 in reduced efficiency and increased supervisory workload.
The work flow is disrupted, and often important decisions must be delayed.
All absences aren’t bad. For instance, illness, fatigue, or excess stress can decrease an employee’s productivity—it may well be better to not report to work rather than perform poorly.
Latest posts by BMS Team (see all)
- Meterdown Annual Festival is back with its 7th edition – Starts today! - January 16, 2020
- Tybms sem 6 results 2019 declared on 19th June 2019 - June 19, 2019
- TYBMS Sem 6 Results 2019 Update from BMS khabri! - June 15, 2019