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Hamilton's employee absenteeism costing city over $12 million a year

TheSpec.com Saturday, 23 March 2019 ()
Hamilton's employee absenteeism costing city over $12 million a yearHamilton employees missed 413,781 hours in 2018, costing the city over $12.6 million.
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