Case management, the lethal weapon against absenteeism
Setting up an effective management tool
Controlling absences through regular monitoring
Absenteeism in figures
- 50% of employees consider that they are working in a job that is likely to have a negative impact on their physical health.
- 50% of teleworkers feel isolated.
- 2% report having taken leave for personal convenience. Absence for personal convenience is therefore an exception.
- While 84% feel well integrated in the company, 57% are stressed and 49% feel that their work is not recognised for its true value. There is therefore not necessarily a link between feeling attached to one's company and absenteeism.
- 69% felt supported by their colleagues when they returned to work, compared with only 34% who felt supported by the HR department.
- 34% feel their workload is increasing, especially those who telework.
For multiple causes, we need multiple responses
Our relationship with work has changed. Employees have to deal with emergency situations that lead to fatigue and even exhaustion. During our webinar organised in partnership with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, the speakers* reviewed the methods of prevention and of supporting the return to work.
What are the methods for preventing or reducing absenteeism?
Workers are increasingly finding themselves in a state of exhaustion. How can this be remedied?
How should the return to work be supported?