Login Register

NHS sick level rise

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: November 02, 2012

Comments (0)

SICKNESS absence levels among the workforce of a health board have increased slightly.

New findings from an Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board report show the figure has gone up by 0.04 per cent since July.

In the joint report headed up by chief operating officer Alex Howells, she said: "The work in respect of supporting delivery teams to improve sickness absence levels continues, with individual directorates and localities with sickness levels above target levels now preparing local plans to reduce sickness absence levels."

Read more from South Wales Evening Post

Do you have something to say? Leave your comment here...

max 4000 characters
  • Kaiser_Macsen  |  November 08 2012, 2:48PM

    This page is featured in 'Dull News in Local Newspapers'. Link: http://tinyurl.com/bnv38kd

    Rate 0
    Report
  • Kaiser_Macsen  |  November 02 2012, 10:52PM

    For those who are not too good at percentages: 0.04% = 0.0004 = 4/10000ths = 2/5000ths = 1/2500th.

    Rate 0
    Report
  • GretaCarbo  |  November 02 2012, 8:35PM

    4/100ths of 1%! Holistic cough.

    Rate 0
    Report
  • conn8d  |  November 02 2012, 7:55PM

    Another non story by the pace setting journalists of the Evening post.

    Rate   1
    Report
  • jules2109  |  November 02 2012, 7:12PM

    Not a very healthy Health Board then!!

    Rate   1
    Report

      YOUR COMMENTS AWAITING MODERATION

       
       

      MORE NEWS HEADLINES