New study explains why people go to work when they’re sick

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Working while sick. Many of your co-workers may do it, and maybe even you do.

Huffington Post reports that a new study is revealing why most of us just don’t stay home when the sniffles strike.

It found that job demands, including heavy workloads, understaffing, deadlines and financial constraints play a big part in why people choose to stick it out in the office.

Sick days were only taken when employees felt they had supportive colleagues and a positive relationship with managers.

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