- Two in five (40%) of those surveyed said they did not want a sick day on their record.
- 20% were scared that they could lose their job if they took days off.
- Men were found to be likelier to contribute to a contagion.
- Over half of men (53%) said they would go to work with flu compared with 42% of women.
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