Employee absence rates on the rise

An average of 6.6 days per employee were lost in 2016

Employers are losing an average 2.9% of their working time to employee absence, according to research by XpertHR. This equates to 6.6 days per employee, and represents an increase from 2.6% or 5.8 days in 2015. The findings, based on absence for the 2016 calendar year at 631 organisations, reveals differences in absence rates between different sectors of the economy. Within the public sector, a median 4% of working time is lost to absence, equivalent to 9.1 days per employees. This compares with 2.6% of time in the private sector, or around six days per employee.   Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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