Workplace injustice and self-reported disease and absenteeism in South Korea.

  title={Workplace injustice and self-reported disease and absenteeism in South Korea.},
  author={Jin-Young Min and Shin-Goo Park and Seung-Sup Kim and Kyoung-Bok Min},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  volume={57 1},
BACKGROUND This study investigated whether experience of workplace injustice was associated with self-reported occupational health using a nationally representative sample of Korean workers. METHODS We used the first wave of the Korean Working Conditions Survey (KWCS) and included 7,007 wage employees as the study population. Workplace injustice included the experience of discrimination, violence, or harassment, and occupational health was measured as self-reported health problems and… CONTINUE READING
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