How irregular schedules can fuel absenteeism, turnover

04/14/2011 | BNET

"A changing schedule is as good as none," Kimberly Weisl writes in an examination of The Center for WorkLife Law's recent analysis of scheduling habits. She offers a few tricks for managers and supervisors to reduce absenteeism and turnover, including endorsing online shift swapping, finding stability in the schedule, overstaffing and allowing sick-leave flexibility.

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