Absenteeism - Factory Act - working days.. CiteHR

puneetauspicious Started The Discussion:

Hiiiiiiiiii....... Please tell me how can we calculate absenteeism rate for a week or a month. Regards puneet

rammi82 -  Member Since: Sep 2009
The formula for calculation absenteesim would be :

For weekly Absenteesim calculation :

Total Number of people on Leave / (Total Staff needs to be in the office * Number of Hours)

For Ex:
Total Number of people on Leave - 5
Total Staff needs to be in the office - 18
For a complete week we calculate the # of hours as - 40 ( 5 *8 )
==> 5/(18*40) = 1% absenteesim for the complete week..

nagarajulagisetty -  Member Since: Nov 2009
1. we have to calculate the total working mandays and total Absentisam days for the week. 2. Total Absentisam Days / Total Working Mandays * 100 (Absentisam Rate in %) Regards Nagaraju

bala_panmand -  Member Since: Apr 2007
Dear All, Everybody will receive this information in Factory Act 1948 in annual returns. Please check it. Thnx & regards Bala Panmand

rajeshkhanna.j -  Member Since: Nov 2009
Calculate the % of absenteeism on everyday using the above said calculation. Take the average % of a month. Report it as monthly average %. Regards, Khanna


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