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The data on absenteeism can be obtained via the following information sources:
This is a quarterly nationwide survey carried out on 28,500 establishments with more than 500 workers.
With the information contained in this Adecco Absenteeism Report, a report in which FREMAP has collaborated since 2012, along with other entities, such as AMAT, Garrigues, IESE, and the University Carlos III de Madrid, the absenteeism rate is defined and calculated with the following ratio:
Total non-worked hours for occasional causes(Days lost)
Total possible working hours(Effective negotiated days)
8th Adecco Report on absenteeism. Chapter 3 statistical framework.
8th Adecco Report on Absenteeism. Chapter 3. Statistical framework.
The total absenteeism rate (temporary disability and other causes) showed the following evolution:
The evolution of the absenteeism rate due to temporary disability was as follows:
The link offers the Work Absenteeism Rate for
Autonomous Community, with regard to the National Index.
This is a monthly national statistical service published by the Ministry of Labour, Migrations and Social Security that offers statistical data for work-related and non-work related illness or injury for each autonomous community, based on the information provided by the INSS (National Social Security Institute), the ISM (Social Institute) of the Navy), MATEPSS (Mutual Societies for work-related accidents and occupational diseases of the Social Security Institute) and the SISTEMA data is obtained (adding the data of the INSS, ISM and MATEPSS)
Accumulated data for 2020
Table prepared using the data obtained from the "Statistics, Budgets and Studies of the Ministry of Work, Migrations and Social Security.
The average monthly number of processes: it includes data related to processes whose cause has been a work-related injury or disease corresponding to employees included in the General Regime and in the special regimes of maritime and coal-mining workers who are covered by this contingency.
Source:Social Security Statistics, Budgets and Studies
The indicators of the entire Social Security SISTEMA data by Autonomous Community are as follows:
Amat is a non-profit organisation regulated by Law 19/1977 and Organic Law 1/2002, of 22 March, regulating the Right of Association, and created in 1986 by the resolve of Mutual Societies (as a tool for business participation for collaboration in the management of the Social Security Institute). There are currently 19 Mutual Societies collaborating with the Social Security Institute in Spain.
AMAT has data from the whole Mutual Societies sector.
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