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By the second week of January, most workers will have shrugged off the remains of the festive period, denounced the excess of Christmas and be ready to return to work (hopefully) well-rested and rearing to instil some much-needed normality into their schedules.

Yet, despite the extended time away from the workplace, January and February are the most common months for workplace absences due to illness within the coming year. Yet this doesn’t mean that bosses should be expecting too many absences, according to a new report released by Cleanology.

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