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Absenteeism in the Workplace: The Hidden Costs and Effective Strategies to Manage it

HR Digest

Absenteeism in the workplace can be a significant challenge for organizations, resulting in decreased productivity, increased costs, and a negative impact on employee morale. A key factor in managing absenteeism is understanding the hidden costs associated with it. Here are a few more strategies.

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The Cost of Employee Absenteeism

Great Leadership By Dan

The reasons employees may be absent from work are varied and many but the bottom line is, absenteeism has a larger cost associated with it than many people realize. In the United States on a yearly basis, absenteeism costs companies just under $3000 per salaried employee, while the cost is just under $4000 per hourly paid worker.


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8 Tips for Leadership When Communicating During Tough Times


turnover, employee disengagement, increased absenteeism) and accelerate the upsides (i.e., Now More Than Ever, We Need Leadership. It’s a time to ensure communication is a top priority to minimize the downsides of change (i.e., improved culture, increased engagement, better productivity).

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What is drama costing your organization?

Lead Change Blog

Listen in as Next Element Co-Founder and CEO, Nate Regier discusses how drama costs the US workforce over $350 billion per year in lost productivity, absenteeism, passive-aggressive behavior, and wasted energy. During this interactive interview, learn: How to detect and decode drama in yourself and others. Register for this free event here.

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November 2018 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the November Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, customer service, development, engagement, and more. Steve Digioia of Steve Digioia provided Leadership Series: Ron Kaufman. Communication.

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Leadership & the Super Committee

N2Growth Blog

While the term political leadership may have become an oxymoron, it is simply impossible to be a statesman and not be a leader… It has been said that a politician is concerned with winning an election, and a statesman is concerned with future generations. We simply need to restore principled leadership in Washington.

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Leadership, Passion, And Transformation

Joseph Lalonde

Moreover, disengagement and higher instances of absenteeism are reported among workers who underutilize their gifts in their position. Transformation is the natural byproduct of this type of leadership. Begin to Position Your Passion in Your Leadership Style. In the end, goods and services decline. How can I do more of it?