It has been noted in earlier chapters that presenteeism is an invisible cost to employers. To manage costs of presenteeism, employers need to have a clear idea about the nature and extent of such behaviour and its costs to their respective organizations. In Chapter 8 various strategies adopted by employers to manage presenteeism were discussed. In the present chapter, a methodology of measuring presenteeism and monetizing the loss of productivity is presented.
KeywordsSickness Presenteeism Work Limitation Questionnaire Average Hourly Wage Total Annual Income Central Provident Fund
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