presenteeism

Work, of course, also isn't the only place where groups of people congregate with the potential to spread germs. It's probably
Sleep should be sleep. Unless you are on call to save lives, save your own. Get eight hours of rest. Recharge yourself while your smart phone does the same -- in another room.
When deciding whether or not you're too sick to head into the office, ask yourself how you would feel if a co-worker showed
All stress isn't bad stress -- just the right amount of pressure can be a powerful motivating force. But as employers, we have to look out for the warning signs of workplace stress among our staff, lead by example and inject a healthy dose of well-being and support into our company cultures.
Despite productivity levels reaching an all-time high, morale is flagging and more and more people are just going through the motions. There are fewer people doing more work which leads to fewer breaks, longer hours and less sleep.
Without a daycare program where women can leave their hot flashes and discomfort, the best step companies can take is to educate their employees and employers.
Researchers say that presenteeism cuts individual productivity by one-third or more. In fact, presenteeism appears to be a much costlier problem for employers than absenteeism.