Absenteeism among employees in care and welfare was 6.1 percent in the second quarter of this year. That is the highest absenteeism rate of all branches of industry, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) reports Monday.
Since the second quarter of 2017, care and welfare has been at the forefront of the highest absenteeism rate almost continuously. That difference increased even further this year.
In health care and welfare, absenteeism rose from 5.7 to 6.1 percent. “Absenteeism increased from 4.3 percent to 4.5 percent in all industries.” The absenteeism rate for the months of April, May and June was according to Statistics Netherlands, looking at the same period earlier, this year at the highest level since 2003.
In March of this year, the corona virus reached our country and with it the Dutch hospitals. “The impact of the corona pandemic, which the industry faced in the course of the first quarter, could not be investigated based on the available figures,” said the CBS.
“We do not know what kind of absenteeism is involved”, says chief economist Peter Hein van Mulligen of Statistics Netherlands. “We don’t ask about the cause of the absenteeism.”
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