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Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism
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Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism

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The reasons and resolutions for the growing problem of absenteeism in companies. Combat this problem to improve productivity!

The reasons and resolutions for the growing problem of absenteeism in companies. Combat this problem to improve productivity!

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  • 1. Reasons and Resolutions for Absenteeism<br />Combat the Growing Problem<br />
  • 2. Reason:Lack of Commitment<br />2<br />Employees are simply not interested in their work or concerned about the success of the organization<br />Stems from low employee morale, which is caused by many things:<br />Poor treatment by management<br />Unpleasant working environment<br />
  • 3. Reason:Lack of Consequences<br />3<br />No incentives for strong attendance<br />No punishments for poor attendance<br />Employee packages that allow for a lot of absences can lead to workers abusing this<br />
  • 4. Reason:Poor Working Conditions<br />4<br />Poor treatment from managers<br />Unpleasant or stressful working environment<br />Lack of breaks<br />Too much strict supervision<br />Excessive workload<br />
  • 5. Reason:Honest Excuses<br />5<br />Personal problems<br />Car trouble<br />Illness<br />Although there is a fair bit of absenteeism that could have been avoided, employees are often away from work for valid reasons<br />
  • 6. 6<br />Resolution:Work-Life Balance<br />Consider building “personal days” into employee packages<br />Make employees feel comfortable enough to be honest about reasoning behind absences<br />Implementing a flextime system can help achieve this balance<br />
  • 7. 7<br />Resolution:Follow-ups<br />Sit down with employees when they return from an absence to discuss:<br />Reason for absence<br />If absence could have been prevented<br />The implications of absenteeism on the company (*if it is a common occurrence for this employee*)<br />
  • 8. 8<br />Resolution:Consequences<br />Have positive and negative consequences for strong and weak attendance:<br />Offer rewards and incentives for strong attendance:<br />Monetary bonuses<br />Simple praise and recognition<br />“Employee of the Month”<br />Punish employees with poor records and unexcused absences<br />
  • 9. 9<br />Resolution:Automation<br />Install a system to automatically track employee time and attendance, in order to:<br />Reduce administrative work<br />Allow employees to book time off and managers to approve requests online<br />Calculate who is eligible for overtime<br />Create fair schedules<br />
  • 10. Visit www.synerionwfm.com for more informationon Time & Attendancee and Workforce Management solutions!<br />Thank You!<br />

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