Majority (52%) of Canadians Living with Chronic Pain Agree that their Employer Doesn’t Like when they Miss Work as a Result of Pain

Nine in Ten (91%) Agree that Pain Has to be Severe before they Consider Staying Home from Work

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Toronto, ON– Despite the pain they experience, a majority (52%) of those living with chronic pain agree with the notion that their employer doesn’t like it when they have to take time off work as a result of their pain according to the results of a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Jurstina. However, nine in ten (91%)...

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Majority (52%) of Canadians Living with Chronic Pain Agree that their Employer Doesn’t Like when they Miss Work as a Result of Pain

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