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Presenteeism Only Tends To Emerge When Employees Fall Behind Expectations

The Horizons Tracker

The concept of presenteeism obviously took on a new light during a pandemic in which infecting our colleagues took on life-changing meaning. Presenteeism is widely associated with a range of workplace problems, including productivity loss, burnout, and impaired workability. A costly problem.

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attendance, absence, presenteeism and big data #cipd15

Rapid BI

The post attendance, absence, presenteeism and big data #cipd15 appeared first on. In Manchester this week is the annual conference of the CIPD, the annual gathering of professionals working in Human Resources (HR).


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Evaluating Individual Performance From Within A Team

The Horizons Tracker

The hypothesis being tested was that managers instinctively pay attention to presenteeism and use that to distinguish individual performance within each team. To explore the matter more, the researchers worked with a US manufacturing company that keeps detailed productivity data.

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Three Strategies to Encourage Good Mental Health in the Workplace

Leading Blog

According to a recent study, employees suffering from depression cost employers more than $44 billion per year in lost productivity, with over 81 percent of that decreased productivity coming in the form of presenteeism, or the practice of going to work despite illness or anxiety and commonly resulting in reduced productivity.

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How to work hard and smart in business management

Strategy Driven

The last two years have significantly changed many perceptions and attitudes around presenteeism and productivity with the pandemic. It’s the greatest challenge of our modern age: maintaining a healthy work-life balance and maximizing your productivity to help your business and career thrive. It’s a complete culture change.

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HR’s role in managing pandemic-related burnout

HR Digest

Research shows that lost productivity from presenteeism (i.e., Company HR people need to interact with team leaders to inform and educate them about burnout and what needs to be done to spot it and handle it. working when sick or burned out) is 7.5 times greater than productivity loss from absenteeism. It’s a lose/lose situation.

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Leading with Trust

Great Leadership By Dan

My team spent a decade running experiments that measured brain activity while people worked to find out why some teams are productive and others engage in "presenteeism." Through my research, I have found that high trust organizations outperform low-trust ones on multiple outcome measures by a wide margin.