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Influenza and Workplace Productivity Loss in Working Adults


Παρασκευή, 12.01.2017, 03:00am (GMT+3)

Objective:Few studies have examined how acute respiratory illnesses (ARI) influence workplace productivity. We examined the association between laboratory-confirmed influenza and combined absenteeism/presenteeism.Methods:Linear regression was used to model the association between influenza (by seasonal vaccine status) and productivity loss over 7 to 17 days following symptom onset in 1278 employed adults in an influenza vaccine effectiveness study during the 2012 to 2013 through 2015 to 2016 seasons.Results:Influenza was significantly associated with workplace productivity loss (P 
Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine


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