£3.8BN COST OF OUR SICKNOTE PLAGUE

According to the Daily Express

THE true cost of Britain’s public sector “sicknote culture” emerged yesterday as a new report revealed that days off work cost taxpayers £3.8billion a year.

A survey also showed that state employees take significantly more days off than their private sector colleagues.

Teachers, health workers and civil servants take an average of almost a fortnight – 9.8 working days – off sick every year.

According to the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development which conducted the research, “stress” was the major cause of long-term absence in the public sector.

For the full story see – http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/57597/-3-8bn-cost-of-our-sicknote-plague-

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