Home Office: Lost Working Days

(asked on 22nd February 2021) - View Source

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what the average working days lost was for civil servants aged (a) 30 and younger, (b) 31 to 50, (c) 51 to 60, and (d) over 60 in her Department in (i) 2019 and (ii) 2020.


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Kevin Foster Portrait
Kevin Foster
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)
This question was answered on 2nd March 2021

The average working days lost was for Home Office members of staff aged (a) 30 and younger, (b) 31 to 50, (c) 51 to 60, and (d) over 60 for 2019 and 2020 is provided in the table below.

AWDL

Age Band

Mar-19

Mar-20

16-24

3.95

5.19

25-29

5.08

6.31

30-34

7.04

7.25

35-39

6.35

7.58

40-44

6.94

6.90

45-49

7.19

7.71

50-54

7.44

7.43

55-59

8.33

8.65

60-64

9.82

10.01

65+

11.03

13.70

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