Abstract Introduction Youth health-related fitness positively affects academic outcomes, although limited research has focused on the relationship between fitness and school absenteeism.
Mar Do you know how much employee absenteeism is costing your company? Minimizing the time that employees are absent makes sense both for morale and for your bottom line. There can be many underlying causes that are more to do with your workplace than with the employees themselves.
Here are nine of the most common. Illness or Injuries Sometimes, absences are unavoidable due to illnesses or injuries. By utilizing a system where employees can easily communicate with the HR team that they will be late or absent, employees will be more likely to report their status as soon as they know it.
This allows your HR team to fill holes and cover shifts promptly. Bullying Do you have a bullying or harassment problem? You might not realize that your absenteeism problem is actually a symptom of something much worse.
Make sure you have an open-door policy and encourage employees to report any harassment incidents. You should also try to be a part of your work environment instead of shutting yourself in an office. This allows you to identify issues that could otherwise stay hidden.
Disengagement Employees who are not committed to their jobs tend to find excuses not to come in. Disengagement comes in many forms. It can be due to lack of respect for management or feelings of unfair treatment.
It can also be due to lack of feedback from managers or a perceived lack of freedom or flexibility. While some engagement issues are simply due to the wrong people in the wrong position, many can be solved with tools that empower and recognize employees. Low Workplace Morale No one wants to come into a work environment where conflict is rife.
The importance of maintaining good employee morale in your organization cannot be stressed enough. Treating employees with respect and giving them freedom to make decisions is the backbone of a healthy work environment. Keep dialogue open and ask for feedback to get more ideas from your team.
Child or Elder Care Issues Employees who struggle with child or elder care issues may find it difficult to make it into work on time or give advanced notice when they need to take time off.
Consider implementing flexible work schedules so these employees can work from home or come in earlier in the morning to make up time and get their work done.
Put a system in place where these employees can easily communicate their schedules to HR managers and keep everyone in the loop.
Stress Stress can lead to a number of problems. Employees who are under extreme stress due to work or personal reasons get sick more often, may have poor morale, and they are more likely to quit without notice.CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background of the Study * Aklan Valley High School is a well-respected school with a high standard of learning.
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Excessive absenteeism in the workplace can cost as much as $3, per year for an hourly worker. Burnout, stress and low morale may be unrecognized factors.