Effects of Worksite Health Interventions Involving Reduced Work Hours and Physical Exercise on Sickness Absence Costs

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 05/10/2012

Worksite health interventions may generate savings in sickness absence (SA) costs. Costs may not be linear to changes in SA days. Combing the friction method with indirect cost estimates on the basis of value–added productivity may help illuminate both direct and indirect SA costs.

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