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May 2013
RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;May2013, Vol. 43 Issue 5, Special section p3
The article reports on the study by a group of scientists from the University of Bergen in Norway which shows the efficacy of the long-term investment in health and job satisfaction of employees than the efforts in the reduction of sickness absence levels.


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