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Presenteeism. ” Service, clerical and other office occupations showed a particularly high degree of presenteeism. The biggest cause of presenteeism, however, was having too much to do and not enough time to do it.

Are remote workers out of sight, out of mind?

Chartered Management Institute

The technology to enable people to work from wherever they want is well established. It's an age where presenteeism is what matters, an age where an employees productivity is judged not by what actual work they produce but how much face time they have in front of you. I should warn you before we start, this blog has a rather depressing air of inevitability about it. You see, it concerns people working flexibly.

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Possibility Maximizer: Maxim Health Systems' Flu and Wellness Podcast

Sales Wolf Blog

 I can think of few, if any, employee wellness issues that have such a direct and measurable impact on an organization's performance as the absenteeism (and presenteeism) resulting from influenza.

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Where are you on the management scale of newbie to expert hacker?

Ask Atma

It involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize business processes—principally sales activities, but also those for marketing, customer service, and technical support. The benefits of CRM must be defined, risks assessed, and cost quantified in three general areas: Processes: Though these systems have many technological components, business processes lie at its core. reducing absenteeism (and presenteeism). Three Levels of Management.

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New Research: Flexibility Versus Face Time

Harvard Business Review

In an age when technology enables us to work in a coffee shop just as easily as a cubicle, these dramatic reversals in access to flexible work arrangements in favor of face time—especially at e-commerce companies—drew contentious debate. When Yahoo!

Look Who's Distracted Now

Harvard Business Review

In addition to the constant attention-grabbing matters of love, children, sickness, and death, we now, of course, have the rise of technology-related distractions, which some decry as the great enemy of concentration. The oxymoronic concept of being physically present but mentally absent on the job has been dubbed "presenteeism."