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  • 24/11/2009- Sickies and Long-Term Absence Give Employers a Headache – CBI/AXA Survey
    This document describes the emerging gap between public and private sector absence rates in the UK. Absence from work cost the UK economy £13.2 billion last year as the average employee took almost seven (6.7 days) off sick, while the gulf between absence rates in the public sector and the private sector grew to a record level. The survey highlights the need for a new approach to the management of long-term absence.
  • 23/10/2009- Official Launch of Reintegrate
    The Re-integrate project will hold its official launch at the IBEC offices at 84-86 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin on the 3rd of November 2009 at 1030. The project will be launched by the Minister for Labour Affairs, Mr. Dara Colleary, T.D. At the launch, you will be able to see the final version of the much enhanced Reintegrate website. This contains new tools for supporting return to work - an absenteeism costs calculator and a method for assessing corporate training needs and corporate practice.
  • 23/10/2009- Absenteeism in the Irish Civil Service
    The Comptroller and Auditor General’s office published the first report since 1986 on absenteeism levels in the Irish Civil Service in 2007. It revealed that almost 60% of staff took at least one sickness absence day that year and that clerical officer grade staff took an average of 16 days sickness absence per year. 5% of all absences were of 20 days duration or longer, but these accounted for almost half of the total number of sick days. Women had a higher rate of absence than men. The report is due to be published on the Comptroller and Auditor General’s website in the near future.
  • 17/03/2009- SLAN Survey of Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition in Ireland - Mental Health and Social Well-being
    This report presents the main findings on the mental health and social well-being of Irish adults from the 2007 Survey of Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition (SLÁN 2007). The SLÁN 2007 survey, commissioned by the Department of Health and Children, involved face-to-face interviews at home addresses with 10,364 respondents (62% response rate), aged 18 years and over; full details are given in the SLÁN 2007 Main Report (Morgan et al, 2008). This sample was representative of the general population in Ireland and was further weighted, for the purpose of analysis, to match the Census 2006 figures. SLÁN 2007 is, therefore, the largest national survey to date on the extent of both positive and negative mental health and social well-being in the Irish adult population.
  • 18/11/2008- Twentieth Edition of the Employment in Europe Annual Report
    The Commission will present its annual Employment in Europe report, with a particular focus this year on mobility. The Employment in Europe report 2008, as in previous years, addresses topics that are high on the European Union's employment policy agenda. It will give a comprehensive overview of the employment situation in the EU, as well as an analysis of key labour market issues, including immigration, post-enlargement intra-EU labour mobility, quality of work and the link between education and employment.
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