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Does Affective Organizational Commitment and Experience of Meaning at Work Predict Long-Term Sickness Absence? An Analysis of Register-Based Outcomes Using Pooled Data on 61,302 Observations in Four Occupational Groups

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T. Clausen, H. Burr, V. Borg:
Does Affective Organizational Commitment and Experience of Meaning at Work Predict Long-Term Sickness Absence? An Analysis of Register-Based Outcomes Using Pooled Data on 61,302 Observations in Four Occupational Groups. 
in: Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Volume 56, Ausgabe 2 2014. Seiten 129-135, DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000078