Words nearby absenteeism
How to use absenteeism in a sentence
Chronic absenteeism is up, as is the number of students who fared poorly in core classes, she said.
What’s more, unlike the jobless rate, which has steadily declined from its April peak, the rate of absenteeism — as it is called by economists — has remained stubbornly high.
Chronic absenteeism across the state may be surging by as much as 220 percent, reports Will Huntsberry.‘This Horrible Situation Isn’t Easy on Anyone’: More Reactions to Distance Learning|Megan Wood|December 21, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In a recent corporate filing, the company noted that it has racked up $540 million in pandemic-related expenses due to absenteeism, downtime and protective equipment.As COVID-19 Ravaged This Iowa City, Officials Discovered Meatpacking Executives Were the Ones in Charge|by Michael Grabell and Bernice Yeung|December 21, 2020|ProPublica
“Given we’ve also seen school district reports of higher levels of absenteeism in many different school districts, this is something to really be concerned about,” researcher Megan Kuhfeld said on a call with reporters.Students are falling behind in math during the pandemic|Rachel Schallom|December 1, 2020|Fortune
Among the different problems the act attempts to address is the problem of chronic absenteeism [PDF].
Plus, studies have shown that, by meeting nursing women's needs, employers can lower rates of absenteeism and turnover.
This, or else a tactful absenteeism, became their custom whenever licencing matters came up to be discussed.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
Yet there were many sources of weakness in the scheme of government—divided authority, absenteeism, personal unfitness.The Canadian Dominion|Oscar D. Skelton
Absenteeism is no new complaint; Adam Smith discussed proposals for an absentee-tax.
No men profess to lament absenteeism more than the priests and agitators.
But in truth there is very little work to be had; for the curse of absenteeism sits heavily on the West.Disturbed Ireland|Bernard H. Becker
British Dictionary definitions for absenteeism
Cultural definitions for absenteeism
Habitual absence from work, thought to reflect employee demoralization or dissatisfaction.