## Managerial vs. individual contributor absenteeism

Measures the absenteeism rate split by managerial and individual contributor population.

Calculation steps:

1. choose time frame
2. identify the total number of working days for employees within the time frame
3. sort employees into managerial and individual contributors categories
4. identify the number of days lost due to the phenomenon of absenteeism for employees in each category
5. divide the number of days lost due to absenteeism by the total number of working days available.

Example:

Time frame: 1st of July to 31st of July

Working days in time frame: 23 days

No. of employees in time frame: 100 out of which

1. 30 are managerial
2. 70 are individual contributors

No. of days lost by employees: 50

1. 20 are lost by managerial population
2. 30 are lost by individual contributor population

Total no. of working days in time frame for managerial population: 30 x 23 = 690

Managerial absenteeism rate = (20 / 690) x 100 = 0.028 x 100 = 2.8%

Total no. of working days in time frame for individual contributor population: 70 x 23 = 1610

Individual contributor absenteeism rate = (30 / 1610) x 100 = 0.018 x 100 = 1.8%

Note:

﻿If the number of employees in the time frame fluctuates due to employees leaving or joining the company you should calculate and use in the formula the average number of employees within the time frame.

Average no. of employees = (no. of employees at the start of the time frame + no. of employees at the end of the time frame)/2

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