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Absenteeism in the Netherlands

We share a monthly update about the situation of absenteeism in the Netherlands. After all, that is one of our most important goals in striving for healthy, motivated and competent employees and a safe and motivating work environment: preventing and decreasing absenteeism.

An overview of our updates

Absenteeism rate in the Netherlands has decreased in August: influx of new sick reports due to Covid-19 is drying up

September 22, 2022

Absenteeism rates in the Netherlands increase unusually fast

august 25, 2022

The Covid-19 peak in June is responsible once again for the increase in absenteeism

July 21, 2022

Average absenteeism rate of May has decreased to pre-Covid-19 levels

June 22, 2022

Absenteeism reaches turning point after increasing for months

20 mei 2022

 

Record number of sick reports due to influenza wave and Covid-19

April 21, 2022

Average absenteeism rate in the Netherlands increases substantially

March 23, 2022

More sick reports due to Covid-19, infected employees recover sooner

February 17, 2022

Effect of lockdown and holiday noticeable in absenteeism decrease in December

January 20, 2022

An unprecedented high rise of 33% in the number of persons reporting sick in November

December 16, 2021

Early recognition of signs helps prevent long-term absenteeism caused by psychological factors

November 18, 2021

Highest increase in sick-leave since March 2020

November 18, 2021

Sick leave increases: observing the measures and the 'runny nose' protocol prevents absenteeism during the flu season.

October 25, 2021

Average absenteeism in the Netherlands continues to decrease. Covid-19-related absenteeism increases.

July 19, 2021

Absenteeism in the Netherlands decreases, but remains higher than usual

June 16, 2021

The peak of absenteeism rate as a result of the third Covid-19 wave appears to have been reached in the Netherlands

May 19, 2021

More Covid-19 cases on the work floor

April 16, 2021

Absenteeism rate has halved in first months of 2021

March 16, 2021