Do You Have An Employee Absenteeism problem?

Personal Development

By Kay Fitzgerald
Published November 18, 2020

CONTENT TO DELIVER YOUR OWN WEBINARS, VIRTUAL TRAINING SESSIONS, OR CLASSROOM-BASED COURSES

Be honest with yourself and your staff.

Ask the right questions - collect and collate the right information.

Use the information to improve the organization.


First Steps

Three

Absenteeism is not just an employee issue, it is also an organizational one and it is therefore everyone's responsibility.

Honest

Be

How many were absent?

Is there a difference between groups (men, women, ages, job-categories, shifts, old
and new staff)?


Right Questions

Ask The

How many have medical certificates?

How many are from overtime workers?

On what days are there more absences?


Right Questions

Ask The

What are the business costs associated with absenteeism?

- Productivity
- Administrative
- Financial

Right Questions

Ask The

Collection is not enough.

Where is the organization in relation to its goals?

What progress is being made?

Information

Use The

What areas need improvement?

What is preventing the organization from reaching its goals?

What plans need to be made?

Information

Use The

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