Absence Culture

Absence Culture

an informal organizational norm that leads employees and managers to believe that they are entitled to take more days off work than the number allowed. In some organizations, for example, employees may have come to regard sick leave as a benefit to be claimed rather than a provision to be utilized only when strictly necessary.

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