[ UK /ˌæbsəntˈiːɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ˌæbsənˈtiɪzəm/ ]
  1. habitual absence from work
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How To Use absenteeism In A Sentence

  • Councillors warned staff in the department that absenteeism had become unacceptable and the work may be contracted out to private agencies.
  • The chaotic state of the world as evidence of divine absenteeism is a topic for another day. The gods must be crazy | Her Bad Mother
  • If the panic gets worse there is a danger of factory shutdowns and worker absenteeism.
  • This will actually benefit businesses through increased staff morale, reduced absenteeism and an increase in productivity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rural Maori were concerned about absenteeism in employment, thriftlessness, marital instability, crime and delinquency’ which that situation engendered.
  • 'Which I'm aheap obleeged to you, Mister,' says Abby to Peets, sizing him up approvin ';' an 'now that I'm convinced thar's no chance of my footure sufferin' from any absenteeism on the part of this pastor, I reckons I better go over, like you-all hints, an 'take a look or two in the glass. Wolfville Nights
  • The survey by the Small Firms Association also showed different levels of absenteeism between regions.
  • They accounted for nearly one-third of the £20 billion lost through absenteeism.
  • Another cause of widespread absenteeism is the fact that many teachers are posted to remote rural districts to which they have no previous ties or inclination to live. Capitalism without Capital, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Employees in buildings with healthy interiors have less absenteeism and tend to stay in their jobs longer.
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