lost days

lost days ˌlost ˈdays noun [plural] HUMAN RESOURCES
the number of working days that are lost because of strike S (= periods of time when workers stop working because of disagreements with employers ) :

• This figure of 677 lost days per 1000 employees is an 11% increase.

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lost days UK US noun [plural] HR, WORKPLACE
LOST TIME(Cf. ↑lost time)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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