Contribution of Some Behavioural Factors to Absenteeism of Manufacturing Workers in Bangladesh
21 Mar, 2003
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The study was conducted to identify the impact of some behavioral and social factors on absenteeism of manufacturing workers in Bangladesh. It also examined the association of the demographic variables of the workers on absenteeism. The sample of the study was selected by using random number table consisted of 400 workers from four textile and jour jute mills situated at Dhaka and Khulna divisions of Bangladesh. The study showed that: (i) absenteeism has significant positive correlation with job stress and negative correlation with job satisfaction and mental health; and (ii) non significant association was found between absenteeism and demographic variables except for the variables of wage and experience.
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