Slovenians Taking Less Sick Leave
Ljubljana, 15 August - Slovenians are calling in sick to work less often. Officials figures suggest a 6.5% drop in the number of short-term sickness absences (lasting less than 30 days) in the first half of 2010 compared to a year earlier. However, the number of long-term absences has increased slightly.
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