How British Workers Took Time Off In 2018

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Have you ever wondered how workers in the UK take time off?

Using insights collected from their HR software, BrightHR created an infographic to showcase interesting facts about how British workers took time in 2018.

Thousands of businesses record their employee absence using the software, which means BrightHR are able to provide some interesting statistics.

According to the infographic on average women took 1.4 days off work per year, compared to men who took on average 1.2 days off.

See the infographic below for some interesting and fun facts.

Source: BrightHR

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