absentee rate

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Noun1.absentee rate - the percentage of workers who do not report to workabsentee rate - the percentage of workers who do not report to work
pct, per centum, percent, percentage - a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred)
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It was revealed last year that the hospital - which is run by its own NHS trust and has an annual budget of around PS40million - had a huge overspend and the highest staff absentee rate in the NHS.
In 2014, the school had the highest teacher turnover rate in the district, 53 percent, and the highest teacher absentee rate, 13.
The absentee rate at the Lanarkshire hospital reached 6.
Every exam grade, Estyn report and absentee rate is scrutinised to the nth degree.
In the report titled, "Impact of chronic rhinosinusitis on work productivity through one-year follow-up after balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum," subjects reported the quantity, quality and timeliness of their work output was limited 33% of the time due to CRS, and significantly impacted their absentee rate.
Friend said the absentee rate in the two schools was less than 10 percent yesterday, which was much better than late last week.
A POLICE force with the highest absentee rate in Scotland has dramatically cut its figures.
A normal day at the high school sees a student absentee rate of about 5 percent, Principal James F.
The district typically has a 5 percent daily absentee rate.
Our absentee rate has been OK here at Mill Pond," said Irene Hatherley, principal at the Westboro school.
San Fernando Valley schools didn't notice an abnormally high absentee rate, but the smattering of young faces in line suggested otherwise.
An absentee rate of more than 25 percent is considered excessive, the audit noted.