Self-Rated Job Performance and Absenteeism According to Employee Engagement, Health Behaviors, and Physical Health

@article{Merrill2013SelfRatedJP,
  title={Self-Rated Job Performance and Absenteeism According to Employee Engagement, Health Behaviors, and Physical Health},
  author={Ray M. Merrill and Steven G. Aldana and James E. Pope and David R. Anderson and Carter R. Coberley and Jessica Grossmeier and R. William Whitmer},
  journal={Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={10–18}
}
Objective: To better understand the combined influence of employee engagement, health behavior, and physical health on job performance and absenteeism. Methods: Analyses were based on 20,114 employees who completed the Healthways Well-Being Assessment from 2008 to 2010. Employees represented three geographically dispersed companies in the United States. Results: Employee engagement, health behavior, and physical health indices were simultaneously significantly associated with job performance… Expand
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