Sickness Absence

  Posted February 8, 2019

Unsurprisingly, sickness absence was most common in January – March. In February 2017, 1,114 sick days were taken, followed by 1,054 days in March.

Recently released sickness absence figures from the Office for National Statistics showed that more than 34 million working days were lost to “minor illnesses”, such as coughs and colds, in 2017.

This was followed by musculoskeletal problems, which caused workers to take 28.3 million sick days; stress, depression and anxiety (14.3 million days); and gastrointestinal problems (8.4 million days).

Here at Healthscreen we can offer Sickness Absence/Management Referrals, please see our website or contact the Referrals team on 01455 234600 option 1 for further details.

Source: https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/staff-take-53-more-sick-days-in-january/

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