Absence rates rising

  According to data from XpertHR, employee absence has gone up to a median of 6.6 days per employee. That figure rises to 9.1 days in the public sector. For many employers, this represents losing a median 2.9% of working time because of absence, with the problem even more pronounced in larger organisations. Those companies with...

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

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