Absenteeism is a habitual pattern of absence from a duty or obligation without good reason. Generally, absenteeism is unplanned absences. Absenteeism has been viewed as an indicator of poor individual performance, as well as a breach of an implicit contract between employee and employer. It is seen as a management problem, and framed in economic or quasi-economic terms. More recent scholarship seeks to understand absenteeism as an indicator of psychological, medical, or social adjustment to work.

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Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Uganda COVID-19 Emergency Education Response Project …

World Bank Group · 6 October 2021 English

self-study materials while at home, (v) high absenteeism rate or neglect of duty by teachers due to fear

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World Bank Group · 5 October 2021 English

presence in schools -with increased incidences of absenteeism - and leads to opportunistic engagement of children

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World Bank Group · 1 October 2021 English

For many students, teachers are the adults with whom they will interact the most. Successful teachers are likely to be the first role models that young people encounter outside the …

content they are to teach and with high rates of absenteeism.70 Of course, teachers World Bank Global should not be hired in the first place, and absenteeism may have multiple caus- es, including requests

Disclosable Version of the ISR - Chad Education Sector Reform Project Phase …

World Bank Group · 29 September 2021 English

by mobile payment on some key indicators like absenteeism, motivation, and learning outcomes. The payment

Poverty and Gender in Malawi : A Background Paper for the 2021 …

World Bank Group · 23 September 2021 English

The paper, which serves as a gender background paper for the 2021 Malawi Poverty Assessment, is structured as follows. It first presents the data and empirical strategy. Chapter two presents …

of enrolled stu- dents demonstrate chronic absenteeism and that many drop out of the system altogether

Centering Worker Voice in Employer Engagement and Program Design: A Guide for …

The Aspen Institute · 23 September 2021 English

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened appreciation for the critical role frontline workers play in keeping businesses running and communities safe. Business leaders increasingly recognize that listening to workers isn’t just …

example, is this business having challenges with absenteeism or high turnover, or difficulty attracting new

Labor Management Procedures Yemen Emergency Human Capital Project (P176570) (English)

World Bank Group · 22 September 2021 English

than one year. • Employees may be fined for absenteeism from work during official working hours, such shall be imposed by the employer on account of absenteeism. Overtime Work: • Employees shall

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Oxfam International · 22 September 2021 English

The focus on profit maximization at the expense of workers, farmers, and women have helped companies reap huge profit margins in the short-term, but as COVID-19 has revealed, it has …

low production, higher turnover or higher absenteeism, loss of social license to operate. In 2020 a

Official Documents- Letter Agreement for JSDF Grant TF0B6347 (English)

World Bank Group · 21 September 2021 English

(e) Monitoring teachers’ and students’ absenteeism and, at the end of each period, sharing, a report

A Financial Security Threat in the Courtroom

The Aspen Institute · 21 September 2021 English

Today in America, debt collection lawsuits are simultaneously on the rise, wreaking havoc on the financial lives of millions of low-income households of color, and poorly understood by almost everyone …

shown to reduce worker productivity, increase absenteeism, and undermine employees’ health.43 Households

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