Also it founds in most of the business & many cases that the 80% 0f casual absence of lost days are not supported by any sort of medical certificate or note. Absenteeism causes a significant effect in the economy. Due to the lost productivity, companies may have to hire a temporary worker or pay overtime to other workers in order to recover the lost output. Completion time of job may increase, increase of customer dissatisfaction, negative effect in sales, confidence & morale of present employee may lost, key employee may leave the job due to frustration & heavy work pressure. Although some steps is being taken to avoid absence management, many rules, regulation & policies are takes place for better controlling of workplace
A report to the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Training in 1993 estimated that they amounted to somewhere between 15 and 30 per cent of persons aged 60 and over (Ken, 1993). The individual in this age of retirement, they are facing two major challenges. Firstly, he or she should struggle to remain productive and contributors to the organizations and maintain his or her self-confidence and honor especially for older worker. Nevertheless, the maintenance of productivity and self-esteem is often hindered by changes within the individual and by society’s bias
However, since industrialization and urbanization fathers became distant to their families and were not able to effectively perform their traditional roles. This led to and still leads to the growing cases of family breakups due to absenteeism and abandonment. In turn this gave rise to the rise of welfare programs to assist unmarried women in supporting their children. In the past few decades, the economic level and role of women has greatly changed and this has affected the traditional role of the father. Since the 1940s the number of working women who were employed or were looking for work doubled.
While this is the case, people are also living longer, and families are accommodating this change by living with relatives allowing for more bonding time then in previous generations. The idea of deteriorating values within America is subjective as there are advantages as well as disadvantages to the children of these families. A dramatic rise in divorce rates are producing high numbers of children living in poverty and single parent households. The United States is among 35 industrialized
According to a survey of working parents done by Pew Research Center (2015), it is found that 39 percent of mothers took time off to take care of their children or family and 27 percent responded that they have to quit their career. On the contrary, around 24 percent of fathers reported having taken time off and only 10 percent have to leave their job due to family obligations. In order to combine work and family responsibilities, women have greater recourse to part-time work. Therefore, women tend to work shorter hours and have more career interruptions than men which lead to a passive impact on their promotion prospects and profession advancement as it also reduced women chances to have a financially rewarding
There is a gap between the needs of old people and the availability of health and social service in these institutions. There is much research on the problem of the institutionalized old people abroad but in India, very little organized information is available about the problem of the aged living the families and in old age homes. However in recent times, as a result of demographic transition, rapid pace of industrialization and urbanization, disintegration of joint family structures into nuclear ones, increasing participation of families in non-agricultural labor force, the older people have become more vulnerable. The lack of familial support made elderly resort to old age homes run by private and or voluntary organizations for their care and support. Of the several consequences of such trends, one that causes serious concern is that of providing care to a large number of older persons to have better quality of life.
The doubt and misinformation that has been cast upon the elderly in the United States in particular has ostracized and marginalized an entire population of people that is growing rapidly in recent years due in large part to the aging of the Baby Boomer generation into senior citizenship. Ashton Applewhite 's documented speech titled A World Without Ageism offers a pragmatic but insightful look into the ways that people perceive age in this society. Applewhite begins her speech by explaining early on how there are actually many older people who have active lives that society tends to ignore because we lump this population into generalized stereotypes about the elderly that we oftentimes unknowingly retain. Applewhite points out how she met with employees at grocery stores and merchants in communities that she has traveled to who are over the age of 80 and who have no plans to retire from their
Nurses in the nursing homes can be biased by giving bad treatments compared to the others. It is very difficult for people to understand that the elders are being bullied and abused very often nowadays. As elders grow older and weaker in mentally and physically, their hearing and sights tend to be weaker as
The issue of unemployment is expanding step by step. Each physically fit man and lady must get livelihood, yet they are not landing position. If not, the issue of unemployment will make troubles for the advancement of the nation. Many age-old businesses that are not able to cope-up with the changing demand and economic scenario are either closed down or heavy retrenchment takes place in them. When there is slump in business, many people find themselves without
Sometimes called “Search Unemployment”. 2) Structural unemployment – it refers to people who are spending long periods out of work, with little prospect of finding an adequate job. Due to the shifting structure of the economy, these workers face prolonged joblessness because it has made their skills obsolete. Its cure could take a much longer time, needed for reeducating the unemployed and training them to gain skills needed for vacancies, implying for the increasing cost that might not be available for the developing