| Group Health|| 22% due to stress1|
| Turnover|| 40% due to stress2|
| Absenteeism|| 50% due to stress3|
| Presenteeism|| 50% due to stress4|
| Workers Compensation || 33% due to stress5|
| Disability|| 50% due to stress6|
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4. PricewaterhouseCoopers Assumption, 2001: 50% of presenteeism
is some function of stress.
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of a growing problem." Compensation & Benefits Management. 01/01/2001
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6. Stress Directions Assumption, 2002: 50% of Disability is some function of stress.