The Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey 2014 will be open for participation from Monday 25 August. Participants will receive a FREE COPY of the report so register your interest now!
Find out how your organisation's attendance management practices compare to your peers
Our Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey Report 2012 estimated the direct annual cost of absenteeism to the Australian economy at $24 billion. Meanwhile, the costs of presenteeism - productivity losses as a result of workers attending when unwell - were in the vicinity of $35 billion1 in the same year.
In this context, it’s hard to see why attendance management is often a neglected area of business - 57% of our 2012 survey respondents recognised absenteeism as a ‘significant cost’ to their business that risked considerable competitive disadvantage.
Read further key findings from our 2012 Absenteeism and Presenteeism Survey report
Participate in the 2014 Survey and receive a FREE copy of the Report
Ai Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Report 2014 is open for participation from Monday 25 August to Friday 3rd October, with those taking part receiving a FREE copy of the Survey Report.
For those not taking part, the Survey Report will be available to purchase at $209 for Ai Group members and $249 for non-members, so participation represents excellent value!
The 2014 Survey will once again allow for the benchmarking of absenteeism rates and provide an essential guide to attendance management - the vast majority of respondents in 2012 felt they could improve their attendance management, with only 4.7% rating their performance highly.
This report will help your organisation reduce unscheduled absence and improve your policies and practices through a best-practice approach.
The Survey Report features:
- In-depth analysis of absenteeism rates and patterns
- The costs of absenteeism to business
- The effectiveness of employer attendance management policies and practices
- Discussion and analysis of absence measurement and reporting methods
- Examination of presenteeism and health and wellbeing initiatives in the workplace
- Summary of the economic environment and current challenges facing Australian business
The Survey Report features:
- Compare absenteeism rates with their industry peers
- Measure and report on absence in the workplace
- Develop and improve absent management policies and procedures
- Focus on factors that will best reduce absenteeism and presenteeism and increase productivity
1. Medibank (2011). Sick at work ‘The cost of presenteeism to your business and the economy'
If you have any questions regarding Ai Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey 2012 or any of our other publications, please call our Publications Department on (03) 9867 0136 or email email@example.com.
Ai Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey Report 2012: Attendance management and promoting a healthy workplace will assist your company in achieving best practice in attendance management.
The cost of the report is dependent on whether you are a member or non-member of Ai Group, or if you contributed towards the survey when it was open for participation during August 2012.
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If you have any questions regarding Ai Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey Report 2012 or any of our other publications, please call our Publications Department on (03) 9867 0136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Australian Industry Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey 2014 will be open for participation from Monday 25 August.
If you would like to participate in this survey and receive a FREE COPY of the survey report, simply register your interest here.
We will then let you know via email when the survey period is open