Traditionally, absence and disability management programs have been marketed with claims of increasing the productivity of the employer's workforce. The challenge is how to translate these programs and services into specific employer gains. In this paper, we explore the productivity loss caused by employees who are away from work for medical reasons (absence and disability). This will help human resource professionals, brokers and consultants develop a better understanding of how programs for managing absence and disability in the workplace affect workforce productivity.
Feb 11, 2016|