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Table 3 Risk of long-term sickness absence in relation to unwanted sexual attention from clients/customers/patientsa

From: Unwanted sexual attention at work and long-term sickness absence: a follow-up register-based study

  Risk of LTSA for more than three consecutive weeks
Model 1b Model 2c Model 3d
Gender Exposed Cases Events n/% HR 95 % CI HR 95 % CI HR 95 % CI
Female Yes 156 14 / 9.0 0.96 0.56-1.63 0.89 0.52-1.51 0.89 0.52-1.51
  No 8940 888 / 9.9 1 Reference 1 Reference 1 Reference
Male Yes 89 11 / 12.4 1.54 0.85-2.80 1.51 0.83-2.75 1.31 0.67-2.54
  No 9317 782 / 8.4 1 Reference 1 Reference 1 Reference
  1. a All estimates are adjusted for random effects from the original surveys that the pooled data are based upon and repeated measures from individual respondents
  2. b Hazard ratios are adjusted for age and mode of interviewing
  3. c Hazard ratios are additionally adjusted for occupational group
  4. d Hazard ratios are additionally adjusted for psychosocial work conditions (influence at work and work pace)