You’ve seen it before: an employee comes into work, but gets so little done they might as well have stayed home. These unproductive days can really add up.
Every year, employers lose about $255 in productivity per employee due to presenteeism. This is the issue of workers being on the job, but — because of illness or some distraction — not fully functioning.
Often, these employees are just going through the motions of their jobs. Not only can this result in reduced productivity, but workers are more likely to make mistakes or miss deadlines.
By focusing on the physical, emotional