Tell me why employees still don’t like Mondays

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UK employees still don’t like Mondays, according to new research of 9,300 UK employees from 75 companies by the ELAS Group which analyses the employee absence figures for the first half of 2017.

Posted inNews archiveon18 Jul 2017

On a positive note, National Sickie Day and Blue Monday are no more. Monday 6th February (Nat’l Sickie Day) had only the sixth highest absence rate while Monday 16th January (Blue Monday) came in eighth, with the lowest absence rate out of all the Mondays in January.

However, while Blue Monday no longer appears to exist, Mondays remain consistently blue across the first

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