absentee rate

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the percentage of workers who do not report to work

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The spokesman of the Education Ministry, Moubarak Al-Asseimy, noted that these decisions were based on the observation of significant abuses in the discipline of students in a number of private schools, where the absentee rate reached unacceptable levels.
OSI-Baltimore's grants target foster children and homeless children, two populations with high absentee rates.
It is presumed that when the employee absentee rate reaches 40 %, most plants will be forced to stop production.
Alerts were automatically generated 1) for an absentee rate >8% and 2) when the percentage was at least 1.
Typically, the school sees a student absentee rate of about 6 percent to 7 percent, Coleman said.
New figures show that more than 3,700 children notched up an overall absentee rate of 20 per cent or more.
5, assuming that the absentee rate of workers is randomly set to be 10, 20, 30, or 40 percent, respectively.
Primary school absentee rate is 18% in Kerala, 31% in Andhra Pradesh, 18% in Punjab, and 17% in Tamil Nadu and, unfortunately, primary health care workers absentee rates data not available for these states (see for instance, World Development Report, 2004).
KNOWSLEY has the third highest secondary school absentee rate in England according to latest figures.
Projected employee absentee rate (impacts overtime costs).
Assess business continuity preparedness for a minimum 25-35% absentee rate.
The absentee rate was more than triple what it was the days before and after the election.
The absentee rate (AR), as a per centage of rostered paid hours, was calculated using a formula where absence (A) represents the annual days of unscheduled absence divided by the number of days scheduled to be worked each year (D).
But the image I have is of a lethargic council with an absentee rate that hasn't been seen since the Black Death.