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Work-related accident absence: A comparison between shift and non-shift workers in Belgium. Findings from the fifth European working conditions survey

Hanan Alali (UGent)
(2017)
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Alali, Hanan. Work-Related Accident Absence: A Comparison between Shift and Non-Shift Workers in Belgium. Findings from the Fifth European Working Conditions Survey. 2017.
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Alali, H. (2017). Work-related accident absence: A comparison between shift and non-shift workers in Belgium. Findings from the fifth European working conditions survey. Presented at the 13th edition of Knowledge for Growth (KFG) Flanders Bio’s annual life sciences Conference", taking place on May 18, 2017 in Ghent, Belgium., Gent- Belgium.
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Alali, Hanan. 2017. “Work-Related Accident Absence: A Comparison between Shift and Non-Shift Workers in Belgium. Findings from the Fifth European Working Conditions Survey.” In . gent Belgium.
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Alali, Hanan. 2017. “Work-Related Accident Absence: A Comparison between Shift and Non-Shift Workers in Belgium. Findings from the Fifth European Working Conditions Survey.” In . gent Belgium.
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Alali H. Work-related accident absence: A comparison between shift and non-shift workers in Belgium. Findings from the fifth European working conditions survey. In gent Belgium; 2017.
IEEE
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H. Alali, “Work-related accident absence: A comparison between shift and non-shift workers in Belgium. Findings from the fifth European working conditions survey,” presented at the 13th edition of Knowledge for Growth (KFG) Flanders Bio’s annual life sciences Conference", taking place on May 18, 2017 in Ghent, Belgium., Gent- Belgium, 2017.
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  location     = {{Gent- Belgium}},
  title        = {{Work-related accident absence: A comparison between shift and non-shift workers in Belgium. Findings from the fifth European working conditions survey}},
  year         = {{2017}},
}