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ID #:   39270169
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Description:   This report examines work absence. Includes: Incidence, Inactivity rate, Days lost per worker in year (illness or disability vs. personal or family responsibilities), Absence rates of full-time employees, by sex, industry, occupation, age group, job tenure, public/private sector, education, workplace size, union coverage, presence of children. [absenteeism]
 
Publication Date:   6/25/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial and metropolitan area data.
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/25/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39270076
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Description:   % of employed Canadians identify themselves as very or somewhat vacation deprived, % are not taking all of their vacation time, Average number of vacation days given to employees, Average number of unused vacation days

% feel that it's more important to put funds into savings than spend money on vacations, % feel they need a vacation now more than ever because of stress from the current economy, % feel guilty over taking vacations due to the economic climate

Reasons why Canadians wouldn't use all their vacation days - % say: Not scheduling vacation time far enough in advance to be able to take all of their vacation days, Work is their life and they're too busy to get away, Their significant other is unable to get away from their job

% say they've checked their work messages while on vacation [work-life balance], % have cancelled or postponed vacation plans in the past because of work, 5 say technological advances make it difficult to fully disconnect from the stresses of home/work life while on vacation, % say technological advances make it easier to go on vacation because they can still be connected to home and/or work.

% of Canadians say they prefer to stay active on social media sites like Twitter or Facebook because it helps them feel connected on vacation [social networking sites], % say that in order to fully enjoy their vacations, they need to 'take a vacation' from social media overload.

% plan to take a one week, two week vacation in 2010, % say they enjoy the planning and anticipation aspect before a vacation almost as much or as much as taking a vacation itself

After a vacation, % come back feeling rested, rejuvenated and connected to their personal, % feel better about their job and feel more productive, % of Canadians experience vacation envy, or feelings of jealousy when a co-worker or friend goes on vacation

% Average number of sick days taken by men / women a year [absenteeism]

 
Publication Date:   6/14/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/14/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39270041
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Description:   % of Canadians companies surveyed indicated that they track absenteeism rates, Average number of last days per full-time equivalent position, Direct cost of absenteeism (% of payroll)
 
Publication Date:   6/3/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/7/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39269992
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Description:   Number and rates of H1N1 laboratory-confirmed cases, hospitalization, deaths and outbreaks 2009-2010 in Toronto, Weekly number of confirmed cases, Confirmed cases vs. school absenteeism rate and % of ED visits due to ILI

Number of doses of H1N1 vaccine given by individual clinic, # of days clinic was open, Vaccine utilization by community-based providers

 
Publication Date:   5/25/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Toronto
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/26/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39269644
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Description:   Survey of human resources (HR) professionals across Canada. Includes: % see leaders as having a lot of influence over their organizations’ success, The most common effects of good leadership - % reporting increased motivation, improved working relationships, higher team performance, better solutions to problems, and major innovations

The most common effects of poor leadership - % reporting lack of morale, employees’ skills not being utilized, feuding staff members, sickness / absenteeism, good people quitting, failed projects, % have also witnessed a disconnection between the organization’s goals and its employees’ work.

Importance of various leadership skills to success (communication, managing people, managing change, project management) , % rated leaders’ communication skills as effective, Negative effects of poor leadership communication, Negative outcomes of poor planning and project management

Obstacles that get in the way of today’s leaders developing their skills, Motivation of leaders to improve their skills

% agree leaders given too much credit for what gets accomplished in their organizations?

 
Publication Date:   3/1/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/13/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39269518
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Description:   % of Canadians believe that they are underachievers when it comes to exercise and sports, % admit they find it difficult to get regular exercise, Of those who do no exercise at all, % state it is because they are reluctant to give up time that could be spent on relaxing

% prefer milk shakes vs. protein shakes, % would choose an extra hour of sleep over an extra hour of exercise, % would prefer to watch a hockey game than play a hockey game

% plan on watching the Olympics, most difficult thing about training for the Olympics

% believe they are underachievers in romance, % of those people in relationships doing something romantic for their partners at least once a week

% % of Canadians believe that they are overachievers when it comes to personal hygiene, admit to sniffing an item of clothing to see if it was clean enough to wear, % have eaten food that has fallen onto the floor, % of Canadian women have re-worn dirty underwear due to a lack of clean pairs (vs. men), % of Canadians floss their teeth

% of those surveyed believe that they are overachievers when it comes to their career, % spend their time at work trying to be as productive as possible, % have taken a sick day when they were well. [absenteeism]

 
Publication Date:   2/10/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/11/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39269443
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Description:   Survey of health-care workers in Ottawa area hospitals. Includes: % felt overloaded at work, % felt overloaded at home, In order to cope with the demands, % report sleeping less, % use alcohol / prescription drugs as stress relievers

% say they have called in sick due to emotional or physical fatigue [absenteeism], % say they come into work when they are sick because of a feeling they cannot be replaced [presenteeism, work-life balance],

 
Publication Date:   1/19/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/26/2010
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268924
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Description:   Annual survey of private business leaders from across the country about the issues and challenges facing their organizations.

Includes: Business plans for 2009 have been compromised by lack of access to financing, Bank has noticeably tightened covenants in past six months, Company has increased/decreased net borrowings this year compared to last, Interest rate and fees on renewed borrowings has increased.

Business focus: Reducing costs of operations, Better targeting of customers, Expansion plans, Improving staff skills, Improving processes, Maximizing return on investment, Strategy definition/evaluation, Collaboration/strategic alliances, Staff retention, Increased R&D/innovation

Rating of company for talent management, Method of measuring commitment and loyalty of staff (absenteeism, staff turnover, evaluations, staff surveys, client surveys)

Strategies being used to encourage innovation in company, Top five opportunities created by recession being taken advantage of [Financial Crisis 2008]

Anticipated time for economy to come out of recession, How do you expect your business to develop in the next 12 months? [business confidence]

Climate change is an issue that will impact your company

 
Publication Date:   10/8/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/13/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   4615
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Description:   Fact-sheet on work absences [absenteeism]
 
Publication Date:   6/19/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/19/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268459
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Description:   Survey of Canadians employees on supervisors ability to deal with employee health issues.

Includes: % of respondents report that supervisors in their organization do not receive ‘real time’ employee absence data [absenteeism], % report that their organization does not have a structured process in place that is consistently used by supervisors to address employee intermittent absence problems.

% report that their organization does not have a structured process in place that supervisors use consistently to support employees returning to work from an illness or disability, % report that their organization does not have a structured process in place that supervisors consistently use to address significant changes or problems in employee productivity or behaviour

 
Publication Date:   6/4/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/6/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268355
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Description:   % of employed Canadians report not taking all of their vacation days [vacation time], % are very or somewhat vacation deprived, Average number of vacation days.

Given the current economic climate, % feel it is important to put their money into savings, % still planning on travelling this year for vacation purposes, % feel that they need a vacation now more than ever because of the stress from the current economy. [Financial Crisis 2008]

% of Canadians work more than 40 hours per week [hours worked], % say that their work is their life and are too busy to get away, % say they feel guilty about taking time off work, % attributed their feelings of guilt around taking a vacation to the current economy.

% admitted they have trouble coping with stress from work during the vacation cycle. [work-life balance], % say they return from vacations feeling better about their jobs and feeling more productive, % feel rejuvenated and reconnected to their personal life after taking vacations.

Average number of vacation days for obligations including weddings, family events/obligations, religious observances, medical appointments and more, % plan on using the Friday and Monday as designated days off for a 4-day getaway, % plan to take a day off from time to time instead of taking a longer break.

% of employed Canadians travel for business. [Business travel], % have combined business with pleasure - tacking on extra days to work trips to explore their destinations.

% plan to take the traditional full week off and spread out the remaining days, % plan to take two full weeks of vacation.

Average number of sick days taken per year by gender, by age group (55+ under 55) [absenteeism]

% plan to travel by car, by air, by train

 
Publication Date:   5/13/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/14/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   5632
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Description:   This document contains a breakdown of absences from work for personal reasons (illness or disability and personal or family responsibilities [work-life balance] ) by various demographic and labour market characteristics. Only full-time employees have been considered in this analysis. Covers Incidence, Inactivity rate and Days lost per worker in year

Variables include: sex and age, education attainment, presence of children, workplace size, job tenure, job status and union coverage, industry sector, occupation grouping. [absenteeism]

 
Publication Date:   3/24/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/24/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268105
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Description:   % of Canadians are now working more hours per week to keep up, % receive no additional compensation or time off, % of working Canadians say they are changing their work habits, doing things such as taking work home more often, working through lunch or avoiding taking sick days, as a result of the slowing economy.

% say they're working more hours per week, % are logging from one to five hours more per week, six to 10 additional hours per week, more than 11 hours.

% of employees take their own pay-back for unpaid extra work by Leaving early, Working at a more leisurely pace, Taking sick days when they are not sick [absenteeism], Taking longer lunch breaks, Arriving late

% of those who are working longer hours say they do receive extra pay, % receive extra time off

% of Canadians planning to use all of their sick days this year, % say they are allotted a certain number of sick days by their employer. [overtime]

 
Publication Date:   3/12/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/18/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268039
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Description:   Report examines workplace support of physical fitness activity. Includes: % of mid-to-large sized companies offer information and promotional materials to support physical activity, % provide instructions or guidelines on how to be active for health benefits, % provide seminars workshops, speakers, or training programs to increase employee awareness of physical activity.

% aware of Canada’s Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living, % aware of the Business Case for Active Living at Work website

Perceived human resource benefits of physical, % report employee health and wellness, improved morale, better employee relations, % report improved corporate culture, greater job satisfaction, increased productivity, reduced health care cost, reduced absenteeism, reduced worker compensation.

 
Publication Date:   4/1/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/7/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39268020
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Description:   The report describes the key issues and challenges facing employed Canadians who also provide caregiving to a relative. It examines both the "Sandwich Generation" and Elder Care [senior care] and provides a demographic profile. Comparison provides with Parents and No Caregiving

Covers: Absenteeism, Work-Life balance, Life Satisfaction, Hours per week in: Home chores/errands, Childcare, Eldercare, Leisure activities, Educational activities, Volunteer work

Responsibility for childcare/eldercare - I have it, It is shared, Partner has it.

 
Publication Date:   3/5/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/5/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39267912
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Description:   This study examines Canadians’ experiences of conflict at work based on a survey of HR professionals. Includes: Do you have to deal with conflict in the workplace? What negative outcomes of workplace conflict have you witnessed (People left organization, Sickness / absenteeism, Personal insults / attacks, People were fired)

What are the main causes of conflict? (Personality clashes / warring egos, Poor leadership, Lack of honesty, Stress, Clash of values)

Whose ultimate responsibility it is to ensure conflict is managed more effectively, What training have you received on managing workplace conflict? How important is conflict handling as a management / leadership skill?

What could managers do to address conflict at work more effectively? What positive outcomes have you experienced from workplace conflict?

 
Publication Date:   2/1/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/11/2009
 
 
 
 
ID #:   12810
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Description:   Comprehensive study on work-life stress in Canada. Includes job satisfaction, job stress, absenteeism, commitment to employer, caregiver strain (senior care), depression, burnout, life satisfaction.
 
Publication Date:   10/17/2003
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/21/2008
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39267129
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Description:   This report examines employee health and well-being at Call Centres. Includes: % of call centre workers may be absent on any given day (absenteeism), Cost of training a new call centre worker

Of call centre workers who called in sick, but weren’t medically ill, % called in sick because: they do not feel appreciated, they don't like their jobs, they don't like their company, don't like how their boss treats them. [worker engagement]

% of call centre employees accessed EAP services vs. all other industries, % presenting emotional problems, stress problems, drug related problems, Rate of high self-reported stress, Comparison of younger to older employers.

 
Publication Date:   9/1/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/2/2008
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39266627
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Description:   This article provides an overview of work absence rates in Canada. Includes: Absence rates for full-time employees by sex, age, education and presence of children, sector, occupation, workplace size, job tenure, union coverage [unionized workers], province, metropolitan area.

Covers: Incidence, Inactivity rate, Days lost per worker in year due to Own illness or disability, Personal or family responsibilities. [Absenteeism]

 
Publication Date:   5/24/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/24/2008
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39266195
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Description:   Article on nurse absenteeism. Includes: Average days absent by nursing type by selected work characteristics (RNs, LPNs, RPNs) (Job required a lot of physical effort, Were physically assaulted by a patient, Are dissatisfied with current job)

Average days absent by job satisfaction, age group, level of respect from colleagues, nursing work index scores and workplace (Hospital, Long-term care facility (nursing home), Community health facility)

 
Publication Date:   2/29/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/19/2008
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39266198
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Description:   Absenteeism of nurses. Includes: Comparison of absenteeism rates of full-time regulated nurses with Canadians working full-time with and without similar employment profiles to nurses, Absenteeism rates by nurse type [RN, LPN, RPN], Selected factors that affect absenteeism among nurses.
 
Publication Date:   10/17/2007
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/19/2008
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39265639
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Description:   This article investigates levels, sources and effects of work stress for various socio-demographic and occupational groups.

Covers age groups, income, education, shift work, self-employed, job satisfaction, job insecurity, high self-perceived work stress, disability day in the last two weeks, work absence due to health problem (absenteeism)

 
Publication Date:   12/19/2007
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/19/2007
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39264913
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Description:   This article examines the labour force participation of the 55-to-64 age group (baby boomers). Some comparisons are made to 25 to 54 age group. Includes: Self-employment, Average hours worked, Part-time by preference, Days lost per year (absenteeism), Hourly earnings, Unionized workers. [aging workforce]
 
Publication Date:   8/24/2007
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Some provincial highlights.
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/27/2007
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39264834
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Description:   This report examines work absence rates for full-time employees by sex, 1997 to 2006, (for illness/disability and personal or family responsibilities - incidence, inactivity rate, days lost per worker), Also absence rates for full-time employees by sex, age, education and presence of children, industry/sector, occupation, workplace size, job tenure, job status and union coverage, province and metropolitan area, 2006 [absenteeism]
 
Publication Date:   7/20/2007
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Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/9/2007
 
 
 
 
ID #:   39264649
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Description:   This article examines two types of illness-related absences separately: full-week and part-week absences and their seasonality. [absenteeism]
 
Publication Date:   6/22/2007
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/25/2007
 
 
 
 
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