Control employee absenteeism
Create an attendance oriented culture
The Conference Board of Canada reported in 2011 that the average full time Canadian worker was absent for 9.3 days per year. Civil servants missed 12.9 days compared to 8.2 days in the private sector. This cost the Canadian economy an estimated $16.6 billion or 2.4% of the gross annual payroll. Employee stress levels are at an all-time high. Most employers don't track absenteeism. Only 46% of employers admitted to tracking absences and their cause. Look at programs that can be used to create an attendance oriented culture.
This management series consists of 6 individual skill courses designed to show your organization how to make your workplace operate more efficiently. Each of these 6 courses are certificate programs.