Absenteeism, i. e. not showing up for work, has been the subject of much research to date. In contrast, presenteeism (defined as showing up for work when one is ill), has only received interest in recent years, with research suggesting that it might cause more aggregate productivity loss than absenteeism. Consequences of chronic presenteeism or absenteeism […]
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