Absenteeism can represent an enormous loss of earnings for companies in France. All sectors combined, work interruptions jumped by 7.5% between 2010 and 2016, reaching an average of 17 days of absence per employee in 2017 (source: Malakoff Médéric, 2016). Direct cost to the economy: 60 billion euros per year. Indirect costs for the company: customer dissatisfaction, overwork of other employees, disorganization of the service... In addition to the financial aspect, it should not be forgotten that absenteeism is above all a sign of employee discomfort, discomfort that has significant consequences on the functioning of an organization. Acting on absenteeism can therefore be a considerable lever for the growth of your company.
In order to reduce absenteeism, it is therefore necessary to target employees’ work-related ill-being. From this point of view, it is essential to offer a Quality of Work Life management tool on an individual level so that each employee has the keys to understanding his or her situation and improving it if necessary.
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