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Table 3 Logistic regression of long-term absenteeism during 1-year follow-up on all predictors (n = 1222)a

From: The impact of conscientiousness, mastery, and work circumstances on subsequent absenteeism in employees with and without affective disorders

Model 3 Odds Ratio p-value 95% C.I.
Covariates
 Gender 0.93 .64 0.67–1.28
 Education 0.91 .25 0.78–1.07
 Age 1.23 .02 1.04–1.45
 Chronic diseases 1.05 .53 0.90–1.23
 Previous absenteeism 1.40 <.001 1.23–1.61
Affective disorders (ref = no)
 Current depressive disorder 2.55 <.001 1.62–4.02
 Current anxiety disorder 1.31 .26 0.82–2.09
 Current comorbid disorder 1.74 .02 1.08–2.81
 Personality characteristics
 Mastery 1.08 .44 0.89–1.31
 Conscientiousness 1.07 .46 0.90–1.26
Work circumstances
 Job demands 1.03 .70 0.88–1.21
 Job control 0.88 .11 0.75–1.03
 Job support 0.83 .02 0.70–0.97
   Nagelkerke R Square .12   
  1. a All independent variables except dichotomous ones are standardized
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