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    1. Chen, WQ; Wong, TW; Yu, TS
      Reliability and validity of the Occupational Stress Scale for Chinese off-shore oil installation workers

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    2. Bridges, S; Mumford, K
      Absenteeism in the UK: A comparison across genders

      MANCHESTER SCHOOL
    3. Nystuen, P; Hagen, KB; Herrin, J
      Mental health problems as a cause of long-term sick leave in the Norwegianworkforce

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    4. Buchbinder, SB; Wilson, M; Melick, CF; Powe, NR
      Primary care physician job satisfaction and turnover

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE
    5. Dunnagan, T; Haynes, G; Smith, V
      The relationship between the stages of change for exercise and health insurance costs

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH BEHAVIOR
    6. Froom, P; Melamed, S; Nativ, T; Gofer, D; Froom, J
      Low job satisfaction predicts delayed return to work after laparoscopic cholecystectomy

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    7. Serxner, S; Gold, D; Anderson, D; Williams, D
      The impact of a worksite health promotion program on short-term disabilityusage

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    8. Aldana, SG; Pronk, NP
      Health promotion programs, modifiable health risks, and employee absenteeisn

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    9. Linnan, LA; Marcus, B
      Worksite-based physical activity programs and older adults: Current statusand priorities for the future

      JOURNAL OF AGING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
    10. Gilliland, FD; Berhane, K; Rapaport, EB; Thomas, DC; Avol, E; Gauderman, WJ; London, SJ; Margolis, HG; McConnell, R; Islam, KT; Peters, JM
      The effects of ambient air pollution on school absenteeism due to respiratory illnesses

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    11. Halpern, MT; Shikiar, R; Rentz, AM; Khan, ZM
      Impact of smoking status on workplace absenteeism and productivity

      TOBACCO CONTROL
    12. Philip, P; Taillard, J; Niedhammer, I; Guilleminault, C; Bioulac, B
      Is there a link between subjective daytime somnolence and sickness absenteeism? A study in a working population

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    13. Metle, MK
      Education, job satisfaction and gender in Kuwait

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    14. van Dick, R; Schnitger, C; Buchelt, CS; Wagner, U
      The Job Diagnostic Survey (JDS) for educational sector occupations: An evaluation of model properties of the Job Characteristic Model among teachers,university staff members, and nursery school teachers with job-specific versions of the JDS

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ARBEITS-UND ORGANISATIONSPSYCHOLOGIE
    15. Dormann, C; Zapf, D
      Job satisfaction: a meta-analysis of stabilities

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    16. Johns, G
      In praise of context - Commentary

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    17. Golaszewski, T
      Shining lights: Studies that have most influenced the understanding of health promotion's financial impact

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH PROMOTION
    18. Jee, SH; O'Donnell, MP; Suh, I; Kim, IS
      The relationship between modifiable health risks and future medical care expenditures: The Korea Medical Insurance Corporation (KMIC) study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH PROMOTION
    19. Riedel, JE; Lynch, W; Baase, C; Hymel, P; Peterson, KW
      The effect of disease prevention and health promotion on workplace productivity: A literature review

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH PROMOTION
    20. Kass, SJ; Vodanovich, SJ; Callender, A
      State-trait boredom: Relationship to absenteeism, tenure, and job satisfaction

      JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY
    21. Ryan, MAK; Christian, RS; Wohlrabe, J
      Handwashing and respiratory illness among young adults in military training

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    22. Arts, SEJ; Kerkstra, A; van der Zee, J; Abu-Saad, HH
      Quality of working life and workload in home help services - A review of the literature and a proposal for a research model

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF CARING SCIENCES
    23. Nyambegera, SM; Daniels, K; Sparrow, P
      Why fit doesn't always matter: The impact of FIRM and cultural fit on job involvement of Kenyan employees

      APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW-PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE-REVUE INTERNATIONALE
    24. Kushnir, T; Fried, Y; Malkinson, R
      Work absence as a function of a national traumatic event: the case of Prime Minister Rabin's assassination

      WORK AND STRESS
    25. Saksvik, PO; Nytro, K
      Improving subjective health and reducing absenteeism in a natural work life-intervention

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Luchak, AA; Gellatly, IR
      What kind of commitment does a final-earnings pension plan elicit?

      RELATIONS INDUSTRIELLES-INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
    27. Shapiro, AD; Donfield, SM; Lynn, HS; Cool, VA; Stehbens, JA; Hunsberger, SL; Tonetta, S; Gomperts, ED
      Defining the impact of hemophilia: The Academic Achievement in Children with Hemophilia study

      PEDIATRICS
    28. Stein, MT; First, LR; Friedman, SB
      Twelve-year-old girl with chronic fatigue, school absence, and fluctuatingsomatic symptoms

      PEDIATRICS
    29. Marburger, DR
      Absenteeism and undergraduate exam performance

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION
    30. Gilbert, JA; Ivancevich, JM
      Effects of diversity management on attachment

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    31. Vigoda, E
      Reactions to organizational politics: A cross-cultural examination in Israel and Britain

      HUMAN RELATIONS
    32. Landstad, B; Vinberg, S; Ivergard, T; Gelin, G; Ekholm, J
      Change in pattern of absenteeism as a result of workplace intervention forpersonnel support

      ERGONOMICS
    33. Jordan, E
      Exclusion of Travellers in state schools

      EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    34. Goldberg, M; Chastang, JF; Leclerc, A; Zins, M; Bonenfant, S; Bugel, I; Kaniewski, N; Schmaus, A; Niedhammer, I; Piciotti, M; Chevalier, A; Godard, C; Imbernon, E
      Socioeconomic, demographic, occupational, and health factors associated with participation in a long-term epidemiologic survey: A prospective study of the french GAZEL cohort and its target population

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    35. Grinyer, A; Singleton, V
      Sickness absence as risk-taking behaviour: a study of organisational and cultural factors in the public sector

      HEALTH RISK & SOCIETY
    36. Lee, LC; Yang, KP; Chen, TY
      A quasi-experimental study on a quality circle program in a Taiwanese hospital

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR QUALITY IN HEALTH CARE
    37. Brenner, H; Ahern, W
      Sickness absence and early retirement on health grounds in the construction industry in Ireland

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    38. Stein, AD; Shakour, SK; Zuidema, RA
      Financial incentives, participation in employer-sponsored health promotion, and changes in employee health and productivity: HealthPlus Health Quotient program

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    39. Heirich, M; Sieck, CJ
      Worksite cardiovascular wellness programs as a route to substance abuse prevention

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    40. van der Doef, M; Maes, S; Diekstra, R
      An examination of the job demand-control-support model with various occupational strain indicators

      ANXIETY STRESS AND COPING
    41. Musich, SA; Adams, L; Edington, DW
      Effectiveness of health promotion programs in moderating medical costs in the USA

      HEALTH PROMOTION INTERNATIONAL
    42. Bonitz, D; Bodeker, W
      Routine health reporting with sickness absence data in Germany

      GESUNDHEITSWESEN
    43. Milton, DK; Glencross, PM; Walters, MD
      Risk of sick leave associated with outdoor air supply rate, humidification, and occupant complaints

      INDOOR AIR-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE
    44. Gardner, HH; Kleinman, NL; Butler, RJ
      Workers' compensation and Family and Medical Leave Act claim contagion

      JOURNAL OF RISK AND UNCERTAINTY
    45. Mattison, RE
      School consultation: A review of research on issues unique to the school environment

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    46. Grunberg, L; Anderson-Connolly, R; Greenberg, ES
      Surviving layoffs - The effects on organizational commitment and job performance

      WORK AND OCCUPATIONS
    47. Taimela, S; Diederich, C; Hubsch, M; Heinricy, M
      The role of physical exercise and inactivity in pain recurrence and absenteeism from work after active outpatient rehabilitation for recurrent or chronic low back pain - A follow-up study

      SPINE
    48. Campostrini, S; Bellini, P
      Sick-leave and other job-related health issues from labour force surveys data

      INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL REVIEW
    49. Severens, JL; Mulder, J; Laheij, RJF; Verbeek, ALM
      Precision and accuracy in measuring absence from work as a basis for calculating productivity costs in The Netherlands

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    50. Kivimaki, M; Feldt, T; Vahtera, J; Nurmi, JE
      Sense of coherence and health: evidence from two cross-lagged longitudinalsamples

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    51. Mastekaasa, A
      Parenthood, gender and sickness absence

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    52. Thomson, L; Griffiths, A; Davison, S
      Employee absence, age and tenure: a study of nonlinear effects and trivariate models

      WORK AND STRESS
    53. Mastekaasa, A; Dale-Olsen, H
      Do women or men have the less healthy jobs? An analysis of gender differences in sickness absence

      EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
    54. Iverson, RD; Pullman, JA
      Determinants of voluntary turnover and layoffs in an environment of repeated downsizing following a merger: An event history analysis

      JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT
    55. Paille, P
      Job involvement's factors after organizational change

      TRAVAIL HUMAIN
    56. Long, RJ
      Employee profit sharing - Consequences and moderators

      RELATIONS INDUSTRIELLES-INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
    57. Getliffe, KA; Crouch, R; Gage, H; Lake, F; Wilson, SL
      Hypertension awareness, detection and treatment in a university community:results of a worksite screening

      PUBLIC HEALTH
    58. Jamal, M; Baba, VV
      Job stress and burnout among Canadian managers and nurses: An empirical examination

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    59. Hwang, JS; Chen, YJ; Wang, JD; Lai, YM; Yang, CY; Chan, CC
      Subject-domain approach to the study of air pollution effects on schoolchildren's illness absence

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    60. Erickson, RJ; Nichols, L; Ritter, C
      Family influences on absenteeism: Testing an expanded process model

      JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    61. Ritchie, KA; Macdonald, EB; Gilmour, WH; Murray, KJ
      Analysis of sickness absence among employees of four NHS trusts

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    62. Buchbinder, SB; Wilson, M; Melick, CF; Powe, NR
      Estimates of costs of primary care physician turnover

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE
    63. Yousef, DA
      Antecedents and consequences of job stressors: A study in a third world setting

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    64. Cordell, RL; Waterman, SH; Chang, A; Saruwatari, M; Brown, M; Solomon, SL
      Provider-reported illness and absence due to illness among children attending child-care homes and centers in San Diego, Calif

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    65. Laczo, RM; Hanisch, KA
      An examination of behavioral families of organizational withdrawal in volunteer workers and paid employees

      HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW
    66. Eby, LT; Freeman, DM; Rush, MC; Lance, CE
      Motivational bases of affective organizational commitment: A partial test of an integrative theoretical model

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    67. Haynes, G; Dunnagan, T; Smith, V
      Do employees participating in voluntary health promotion programs incur lower health care costs?

      HEALTH PROMOTION INTERNATIONAL
    68. Rothausen, TJ
      'Family' in organizational research: a review and comparison of definitions and measures

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    69. Harvey, J; Nicholson, N
      Minor illness as a legitimate reason for absence

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    70. Saxen, H; Virtanen, M
      Randomized, placebo-controlled double blind study on the efficacy of influenza immunization on absenteeism of health care workers

      PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL
    71. Ozminkowski, RJ; Dunn, RL; Goetzel, RZ; Cantor, RI; Murnane, J; Harrison, M
      A return on investment evaluation of the Citibank, NA, health management program

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH PROMOTION
    72. Borghouts, JAJ; Koes, BW; Vondeling, H; Bouter, LM
      Cost-of-illness of neck pain in The Netherlands in 1996

      PAIN
    73. Geurts, SA; Schaufeli, WB; Rutte, CG
      Absenteeism, turnover intention and inequity in the employment relationship

      WORK AND STRESS
    74. Smulders, PGW; Nijhuis, FJN
      The Job Demands-Job Control Model and absence behaviour: results of a 3-year longitudinal study

      WORK AND STRESS
    75. Kirchmeyer, C; Cohen, A
      Different strategies for managing the work/non-work interface: a test for unique pathways to work outcomes

      WORK AND STRESS
    76. Pronk, NP; Tan, AWH; O'Connor, P
      Obesity, fitness, willingness to communicate and health care costs

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    77. Valle, C; Broglia, F; Pistorio, A; Tinelli, C; Perego, M
      Prevalence and impact of symptoms suggestive of gastroesophageal reflux disease

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    78. Pelled, LH; Xin, KR
      Down and out: An investigation of the relationship between mood and employee withdrawal behavior

      JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT
    79. DiNubile, NA; Sherman, C
      Exercise and the bottom line - Promoting physical and fiscal fitness in the workplace: a commentary

      PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE
    80. Rosen, KG; Richardson, G
      Would removing indoor air particulates in children's environments reduce rate of absenteeism - A hypothesis

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    81. Harrell, WA
      Perceived risk of work-related injury and intentions to change employment

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    82. Carabin, H; Gyorkos, TW; Soto, JC; Penrod, J; Joseph, L; Collet, JP
      Estimation of direct and indirect costs because of common infections in toddlers attending day care centers

      PEDIATRICS
    83. Iverson, RD; Buttigieg, DM
      Affective, normative and continuance commitment: Can the 'right kind' of commitment be managed?

      JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
    84. Baltes, BB; Briggs, TE; Huff, JW; Wright, JA; Neuman, GA
      Flexible and compressed workweek schedules: A meta-analysis of their effects on work-related criteria

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    85. Cohen, A
      The relation between commitment forms and work outcomes in Jewish and Arabculture

      JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    86. NIEDHAMMER I; BUGEL I; GOLDBERG M; LECLERC A; GUEGUEN A
      PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AT WORK AND SICKNESS ABSENCE IN THE GAZEL COHORT- A PROSPECTIVE-STUDY

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    87. GOETZEL RZ; DUNN RL; OZMINKOWSKI RJ; SATIN K; WHITEHEAD DA; CAHILL K
      DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DESCRIPTIVE AND MULTIVARIATE ESTIMATES OF THE IMPACT OF CHEVRON-CORPORATIONS HEALTH QUEST PROGRAM ON MEDICAL EXPENDITURES

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    88. BIDDLE J; ROBERTS K; ROSENMAN KD; WELCH EM
      WHAT PERCENTAGE OF WORKERS WITH WORK-RELATED ILLNESSES RECEIVE WORKERS-COMPENSATION BENEFITS

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    89. GOETZEL RZ; JACOBSON BH; ALDANA SG; VARDELL K; YEE L
      HEALTH-CARE COSTS OF WORKSITE HEALTH PROMOTION PARTICIPANTS AND NON-PARTICIPANTS

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    90. GOETZEL RZ; ANDERSON DR; WHITMER RW; OZMINKOWSKI RJ; DUNN RL; WASSERMAN J
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MODIFIABLE HEALTH RISKS AND HEALTH-CARE EXPENDITURES - AN ANALYSIS OF THE MULTI-EMPLOYER HERO HEALTH RISK AND COSTDATABASE

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    91. HATTRUP K; OCONNELL MS; WINGATE PH
      PREDICTION OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL CRITERIA - DISTINGUISHING TASK AND CONTEXTUAL PERFORMANCE

      Human performance
    92. BOUMENDIL EF; MUGNIER C
      FOLLOW-UP-STUDY OF THE USE OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUG-TREATMENT AND OF THE POPULATION TREATED

      American journal of hypertension
    93. BLAU G
      ON THE AGGREGATION OF INDIVIDUAL WITHDRAWAL BEHAVIORS INTO LARGER MULTIITEM CONSTRUCTS

      Journal of organizational behavior
    94. JOHNS G
      AGGREGATION OR AGGRAVATION - THE RELATIVE MERITS OF A BROAD WITHDRAWAL CONSTRUCT

      Journal of organizational behavior
    95. HANISCH KA; HULIN CL; ROZNOWSKI M
      THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUALS REPERTOIRES OF BEHAVIORS - THE SCIENTIFIC APPROPRIATENESS OF STUDYING MULTIPLE BEHAVIORS AND GENERAL ATTITUDES

      Journal of organizational behavior
    96. LUM L; KERVIN J; CLARK K; REID F; SIROLA W
      EXPLAINING NURSING TURNOVER INTENT - JOB-SATISFACTION, PAY SATISFACTION, OR ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

      Journal of organizational behavior
    97. LEVY PE; WILLIAMS JR
      THE ROLE OF PERCEIVED SYSTEM KNOWLEDGE IN PREDICTING APPRAISAL REACTIONS, JOB-SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

      Journal of organizational behavior
    98. TERRY PE; FOWLER EJ; FOWLES JB
      ARE HEALTH RISKS RELATED TO MEDICAL-CARE CHARGES IN THE SHORT-TERM - CHALLENGING TRADITIONAL ASSUMPTIONS

      American journal of health promotion
    99. GEURTS S; SCHAUFELI W; DEJONGE J
      BURNOUT AND INTENTION TO LEAVE AMONG MENTAL-HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALS- A SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH

      Journal of social and clinical psychology
    100. ROBERTSON A; TRACY CS
      HEALTH AND PRODUCTIVITY OF OLDER WORKERS

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health


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