Translation of presenteeism in Spanish:


presentismo, n.

Pronunciation /prɛznˈtiːɪzəm/


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    (en el trabajo) presentismo masculine
    • The problem of rising absenteeism is well documented, but tough tactics being used to tackle the issue are leading to presenteeism.
    • Whatever the shortcomings of current measurement tools and research, most people agree that presenteeism represents a problem for employers: When people don't feel good, they simply don't do their best work.
    • They see what presenteeism has done to their parents.
    • We will look at the rise of presenteeism as opposed to absenteeism.
    • And with a UK work culture which values presenteeism and overtime, ambitious young men are left with little time to dangle their offspring on their knee.
    • It's so difficult when on the way up, especially with the culture of presenteeism, guys that come in at 7am and go home at 9pm.
    • For them, high job insecurity may increase the likelihood attending work while ill, a phenomenon known as sickness presenteeism.
    • This, said Fitzgerald, helps to ensure that productivity won't be affected by the potential stress caused by presenteeism.
    • The tyranny of presenteeism, together with an acceptance of being almost ‘on call’ for the institution prevents many women from happily embracing such a career path.
    • Overly zealous employers can be guilty of promoting a culture of presenteeism by pressurising their staff to identify with their job roles to the exclusion of almost everything else in their lives.
    • Flexible work, shared paternity and maternity leave, a collective disdain for pointless presenteeism, and accessible childcare would enable women and men to combine work and family life.