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Table 3 Organizational characteristics (n = 325)+

From: Work productivity loss from depression: evidence from an employer survey

Number of physically distinct U.S. worksites (SD) 21.9 (107.3)
Size  
  % small (100 to 500 employees) 33.5
  % medium (501 to 2500 employees) 30.8
  % large (2501 plus employees) 35.7
Type  
  % for-profit 56.1
  % not-for-profit 23.5
  % public sector 20.4
Company age (SD) 74.8 (47.1)
Industry  
  % Agriculture 0.6
  % Construction 1.8
  % Education/Health 12.3
  % Finance 6.5
  % Information 2.8
  % Leisure/Hospitality 13.2
  % Manufacturing 22.5
  % Professional 13.5
  % Public Administration 14.5
  % Retail 2.5
  % Transportation/Warehousing 6.5
  % Utilities 1.5
  % Wholesale 0.9
  % Other 0.9
Labor monitoring  
  % with any absenteeism monitoring 73.2
  % with any productivity at work monitoring 56.1
Mean number of health plan carriers (SD) 2.2 (2.4)
Insurance risk  
  % fully insured 24.1
  % self-insured 46.2
  % mixture of full and self-insured 9.7
% with Employee Assistance Program 80.5
Mean expected % increase in health premiums (SD) 7.7 (5.9)
Labor practices  
Sick leave benefits  
  % paid sick leave 59.7
  % paid sick leave as part of paid time off 34.0
  % no sick leave 6.3
Likelihood of hiring temporary worker when employee misses work because of illness for one week  
  0% 45.3
  25% 42.3
  50% 8.3
  75% 3.3
  100% 0.7
Likelihood that employee’s work will be completed by coworkers/employee upon return when employees misses work for one week because of illness  
  0% 9.7
  25% 12.5
  50% 18.3
  75% 33.9
  100% 25.6
Likelihood that employee’s work will be completed by coworkers/employee at a later date when employees attends work but is not productive for one week  
  0% 10.1
  25% 21.5
  50% 20.8
  75% 15.8
  100% 31.9
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