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More sick days for staff treated unfairly at work

New research has shown that staff who feel they are treated unfairly at work are at increased risk of being off sick more frequently and for longer. Research by the University of East Anglia and Stockholm University published in BMC Public Health, looked at organisational justice, a relatively new determinant of employee health, their perception of fairness in the work place. The study focused in particular on interactional justice, which relates to the treatment of employees by managers.

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