HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Brits afraid of their boss and office backlash.
Dave and Sarah were the male and female names most likely to take a sick day.
Today is the Mount Everest of skiving. If you can successfully pull off a day off today without prompting an arched eyebrow from your employer, then you are are better liar than I.
It’s National Sickie Day. Did you have a nice day at home?
A record number of office workers will phone in sick on Monday as post-Christmas blues, the flu outbreak and financial worries cause 375,000 to join in “national sickie day”, according to a survey. The first Monday in February is the day British workers are most likely to ring in sick with wintry weather, credit card…
– The average worker in the UK takes five sick days a year -Five million absences were attributed to the 2006 World Cup The number of sick days taken this summer is set to increase by up to 20 per cent, warns managing partner, Alison Loveday from Manchester-based law firm Berg. Loveday urges employers to…