What is LOSS WORKTIME RATE?

Absentee hours tallied divided by Normal hours constant, typically 35 hours, times 100. Expressed as a percentage. Illness, injury, any medical problem, child care and other family and personal obligations, maternity or paternity leave, civic or military duty are just a few examples of the many reasons for absence.

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