A Study on Employees Absenteeism at Private Hospital and Its Research Centre-cross Sectional Descriptive Study

1Mital Thakkar, Dr. Medha Wadhwa, Dr. Subhashish Chatterjee and Anubha Gupta

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Abstract:

According to the International Labor Organization, absenteeism is the practice of an employee who does not show up for work for a period of one or more days, when he has been assigned for a day of work. The reasons for the loss of productivity are not always health or disease, some psychological factors, such as personal factors, have effects on absenteeism. Absenteeism among health professionals appears to be a major problem, especially when compared to employees in other sectors. The study is descriptive cross-sectional in nature. The data collection is through a close ended structured questionnaire in local language to identify the determinant causes of Absenteeism of Employees. Employees may take a leave or not report to duty for a variety of reasons like sickness, emergency, accidents, family commitments such as caring for sick family members etc. The majority reason behind the absenteeism is Family & Education Reason.

Keywords:

Absenteeism, Nurses, Health Professionals, Hospital.

Paper Details
Month5
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 5
Pages7006-7013

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