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August 11, 2022
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UK based workers are amongst least likely to take sick days in Europe

According to time and attendance data from 2019 compiled by Mitrefinch, 53 percent more sick days were taken in January in the UK compared to all other months of the year. However, the data also suggests that UK based workers took just 4.4 days leave for sickness last year, the fourth lowest in Europe. Taking just 1.6 days sick leave on average, Switzerland topped the charts when it came to attendance over a calendar year. Following closely behind were Ukraine and Malta, where workers took just 4.1 and 4.2 days sick leave across the course of a 12-month period respectively.…
UK based workers are amongst least likely to take sick days in Europe

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