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Despite Treatment, Employees with Depression Generate Higher Absentee Costs, According to Thomson Reuters Study

This interesting study by the outstanding researchers at Thomson Reuters and published by our partner ACOEM in their journal speaks to the immense problem of major depression in the workplace. As many readers of this blog will know, the MDGuidelines Predictive Model can give great insight into what to expect when major depression is a primary or co-morbid condition in a disability case.


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