Worker adaptation and workplace accommodations after the onset of an illness

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  • Anders Holm
  • Jan Høgelund
Workers who become work-incapacitated may try to change employer or stay
with their current employer in an accommodated job. We study the effect of these
strategies on sick-listed workers’ employment durations. We use survey and register data of 809 workers. We simultaneously estimate the duration until returning to work and the duration of employment using the timing-of-event approach. We find that workplace accommodations increase employment durations with the current employer. We also find that workers returning to work with a new employer have significantly shorter employment durations than workers returning to work with the current employer (with or without accommodations).
Original languageEnglish
JournalIZA Journal of Labor Policy
Issue number17
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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