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February, 1985, Vol. 108, No. 2
Employee income protection
against short-term disabilities
Most workers in medium and large firms are protected, but the degree and duration of protection vary; usually white-collar workers get sick leave benefits, while blue-collar workers are covered by sickness and accident insurance.
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