While the issue of well-being at work is pervasive, the overall rate of absenteeism accelerates its progression. It climbs up to 5.10 % in 2018, while he was by 4.72 % in the previous year and 4.59 % in 2016, according to the quantitative study Ayming-AG2R La Mondiale as Le Figaro reveals for the first. Thus, the last year, one employee was absent on average for 18.6 days, compared to 17.2 days in 2017. The increase affects all sectors of activity, even that of services, which had begun to decline in 2017.
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The judgments of long-term (over 90 days) are up 10 %, the ageing of the population is at the origin of this phenomenon. To note when even the increasing share of judgments long-term in less than 40 years old, who weighs in this aggravation. The degradation of absenteeism of more than 90 days is higher among the latter (+ 23%) than among those over 41 years of age (+ 9%).
"These employees more young people are in a relationship to work less sacrificial than their elders"
In question, the ...Updated Date: 04 September 2019, 00:00