Sweden -Temporary employment and illness -October 04, 2013

In the thesis Temporary employment and illness it is debated whether temporary employment compared to permanent employment entails an elevated risk of illness or not, as the empirical studies have not shown a unified picture. Since a significant part of the workforce is currently working under temporary employment contracts, it is important for public health research to pay close attention to what the implications might be.

English: http://www.dissertations.se/about/Anna-Karin+Waenerlund/

http://www.dissertations.se/dissertation/7909327a8f/

 

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