Job Fears Drive a Third of Employees to Work Even While Sick

by Savitha C Muppala on  January 18, 2012 at 4:06 PM Lifestyle News
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During a study of 1600 people, it was found that nearly a third of employees preferred to go to office even when they were sick, fearing loss of job.

Due to the dismal economic situation, employees want to hold on to their jobs at any cost.
 Job Fears Drive a Third of Employees to Work Even While Sick
Job Fears Drive a Third of Employees to Work Even While Sick

Nearly 85% of the 16-24 age group last year went to work even when sick due to the economic downturn.

Nearly 33% of women went to work even when they were sick compared to 27% of men.



Source: Medindia

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