Presenteeism is lack of productivity at work due to sickness. This may be a minor illness like a cold or a chronic illness such as arthritis. Being sick and at work is bad for you, your co-workers, and for the company. If you're contagious, you could end up passing along your sickness to others, thus costing the company more in medical expenses. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to know if you're too sick to work, how to manage illness at work, and much more.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and the Workplace
Learn ways to cope with irritable bowel syndrome while on the job.
Managing Bipolar Disorder at Work
If you have bipolar disorder, you can learn to manage it on the job and keep up your work performance with these helpful tips.
Fibromyalgia: Work and Disability
WebMD looks at the ways employers can accommodate workers with fibromyalgia - and how to apply for disability benefits if symptoms make it too difficult to work.
3 Ways to Manage Your Allergies at Work
Are you rubbing your eyes and sneezing up a storm all day long at your job? Fight back with three tips to get your hay fever under control.
10 Tips for Getting Through Your Day With a Cough or Cold
Survival strategies if you can't stay in bed and rest while you're sick with a cold.
Anxiety at Work: A Career-Busting Condition
Anxiety disorders have the potential to negatively affect job-performance and could ruin your career.
How to Handle Rheumatoid Arthritis at Work
RA doesn't need to keep you from your job. Some new techniques, support from your manager, and a little flexibility go a long way.
Prevent Flu: Steer Clear of Sick People
WebMD shows you how to prevent the flu, including swine flu, by washing your hands, avoiding those who are sick, and more.