Control employee absenteeism
Create an attendance oriented culture
The Conference Board of Canada reports the national average for absenteeism
is 4%, This means an employee loses seven to eight days of work annually.
In 1998, employees missed 72 million working days because of personal reasons.
The costs of this absenteeism was $10 billion. The author of the report
believes that the increase is a reflection of increasing stress on the job.
Presently, employee stress levels are at an all-time high.
This management series consists of 6 individual skill courses designed
to show your organization how to make your workplace operate more efficiently.
Each of these 6 courses are certificate programs.