Illness out of control | National sickie day? HR should be concerned about the entire year

National sickie day? HR should be concerned about the entire year

The first Monday of February has long been dubbed "national sickie day", a day when employees supposedly take the most sick leave.

However, the reality is far more concerning than a single day of absenteeism. Recent data paints a troubling picture of a prolonged period of illness plaguing the workforce, warranting serious attention from HR.

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