The rate of absenteeism from work in Castilla y León reaches 7.4%, two tenths above the average

The rate of absenteeism from work in Castilla y León reaches 7.4%, two tenths above the average


The work absenteeism rate in Castilla y León closed 2023 with a rate of 7.41 percent, which places it two tenths above the national average that ended the year at 7.2 percent, according to a report by The Adecco Group Institute, the study center of the Adecco group.

By autonomous community, Asturias is the one with the highest absenteeism rate, going from ninth place in the previous quarter to leading the classification at the end of 2023, with a rate of 8.3 percent. They are followed by the Basque Country, with 7.9 percent, and Galicia, which climbs to third place with a rate of 7.8 percent.

Thus, the case of Castilla y León, with an absenteeism rate of 7.41 percent, is placed in the ninth position, cIt is an increase of 0.33 percent compared to the previous quarter.

At the opposite extreme, with the lowest absenteeism rates, are Andalusia, with 6.6 percent; La Rioja (6.70 percent), and Castilla-La Mancha and Madrid, both with percentages of 6.75 percent.

By sectors, in the Community the absenteeism rate of Castilla y León for services is 7.6 percent, which represents an increase of 0.2 percent, followed by industry with 7.5 percent and 0.1 percent more and construction with 5.8 percent and a fall of 0.1 percent.

In the case of Castilla y León, the impact on the work day is 231 accidents per 100,000 workers (up one percent quarter-on-quarter, and six percent more year-on-year) and 29 in itinere (up 22 percent quarter-on-quarter and 31 percent more year-on-year).

At the national level, absenteeism due to temporary disability (TI), which has the most weight, the rate reached 5.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2023, with an increase of one tenth compared to the previous quarter and five tenths in relation to the same quarter of 2022.

Industry, the most affected sector

Taking into account that the agreed working day was 454 hours per worker in the fourth quarter of 2023 and that 29 hours of absenteeism occurred per person, Adecco concludes that the hours not worked due to absenteeism are equivalent to 1,168,968 employees would not have gone to work any daya figure 8.8 percent higher than that of the previous quarter and 11.9 percent above that of the last quarter of 2022.

In the fourth quarter of 2023, industry continued to be the sector most affected by work absenteeism, with a rate of 7.7 percent, followed by services (7.3 percent). In contrast, the construction sector is the least affected, with a general rate of 5.8 percent.

Focusing on absenteeism resulting from temporary disability, industry also leads the sector classification, with a rate of 5.9 percent, followed by services (5.6 percent) and construction (5 percent). .



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