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D ue to medical advances and increased life expectancy, the percentage of workers with chronic illness in the workforce has increased. Chronic illnesses are illnesses that last longer than one year, cause some limitations to what a person can do, and require ongoing medical care. Examples include asthma, multiple sclerosis, HIV, and arthritis. These(More)
More organizations are adopting requirements tools as they look for support in managing requirements information, in traceability to ensure scope is controlled, and in modeling to visually represent requirements. When Seilevel decided to do its own requirements tool research in 2011, it was decided to make the results public so other organizations could(More)
Working with chronic illness may present challenges for individuals-for instance, managing symptoms at work, attaining accommodations, and career planning while considering health limitations. These challenges may be stressful and lead to strains. We tested a 12-week, 6-session, phone-based coaching intervention designed to help workers manage these(More)