Resource pages for "absenteeism"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
From the EPA to high-profile properties such as One Vanderbilt, the industry is now focusing on the health and economic benefits of addressing indoor air quality (IAQ). Here are the next steps to consider.
For facility management, here’s the 4-1-1 on MERV ratings and supplemental filtration strategies.
New report from EVERFI finds that negative stress, as well as high rates of toxic and negative culture, are common in the workplace.
American businesses lost $223 billion over the last five years due to bad workplace culture, according to a new report from SHRM.
More than a third have experienced absenteeism or impaired worker performance, and 31 percent have had an overdose, arrest, a near-miss or an injury because of employee opioid use, according to NSC survey.
More than half of professionals know someone who has skipped work the day after a major sports event. How many football fans will show up for work at your facility on February 4?
An employer with 1,000 employees can expect to lose more than $1 million each year due to employee fatigue, according to new NSC survey.
The World Green Building Council report highlights the economic benefits of green building and showcases improved occupant satisfaction when health, wellbeing, and productivity features are implemented in existing green structures.
New study finds office design and aesthetics are playing a greater role in recruiting young talent.
U.S. employers of all sizes are hurt by employees' sleep deficiency, reveals a new research tool from the National Safety Council and Brigham Health Sleep Matters Initiative.
Keeping staff healthy and happy improves productivity and boosts businesses’ bottom line, according to the World Green Building Council.
From claiming their grandmother poisoned them, to saying they have to spend the day dumpster diving, employers share the most absurd excuses employees have given for calling in sick in a new CareerBuilder survey.
One in four employers has caught an employee faking sick through social media, and one in five has fired an employee for calling in sick with a fake excuse.
CareerBuilder’s Annual Study reveals that three in 10 workers go to work sick to save sick days for when they’re feeling well.
Ventilation rates have been studied in numerous ways, but has anyone used it in connection with absenteeism and wellness programs?
A new best practices guide for employers has been released to help them establish financial wellness programs that can assist employees struggling to manage tough economic times.