LOWELL, Mass., Feb 01, 2018
What: Joyce Maroney, executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes advisory board members Sharlyn Lauby and John Hollon on the Workforce Institute Radio podcast to discuss the business impact of the millions of sick days taken the Monday after the Super Bowl – a.k.a. Super Bowl Fever. The Workforce Institute has been tracking the big game’s impact on absenteeism for more than a decade, and new research from Mucinex shows that an estimated 14 million employed Americans plan to call out of work on #SuperSickMonday.
With several major sporting events on the horizon in 2018 – including the Winter Olympics, March Madness, and the World Cup – Maroney, Lauby, and Hollon provide advice on how employers can minimize negative impact on productivity while simultaneously building camaraderie, including:
- Research on how many people call in sick the day after the Super Bowl, as well as research on the impact of other national and international sporting events on productivity at work;
- Creative ways companies can embrace major events to build camaraderie;
- How employers can better manage unplanned absenteeism overall; and
- Best practices for getting employers and employees on the same page around these events and encouraging fun and open communication in the workplace.
When: Available now
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