Date of Award
Doctor of Education
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Dr. Charles Warfield
Dr. Robert Brinkerhoff
Dr. Steven Rhodes
A causal comparative study was conducted to test the relationship between absenteeism and the amount of overtime worked in various job classifications. The study was conducted in a metal stamping plant. The 4.5-year study tested absence percentage data for the three classifications of skilled, service, and nonskilled employees. The study supported the hypothesis that there is a relationship between absenteeism and job classification. The study could not support either a relationship between the amount of overtime worked and absenteeism or a relationship between the interaction of job classification and overtime worked on the absentee rate. Implications were discussed pertaining to the unique environment of the study and to possible additional study on absenteeism and its possible relationship to job classification and overtime in other environments.
Hopkins, Thomas D., "The Relationship Between Absenteeism and the Amount of Overtime Worked in Various Job Classifications in a Metal Fabrication Plant" (1990). Dissertations. 2065.