Dr. Nasreen Fatima, Dr. Shazia Batool, Dr. Rabia Bashir
Work-time control WTC is related to lower disorder absence rate. However, it is still unclear whether this term association with the type of diagnosis or sub-dimension of work-time control WTC that includes control over daily hours and control over after time off and different groups take advantage from high levels of Work-time control WTC. 80% of absences within the workplace are short term and are caused by minor health issues such as colds viruses a long term absence may be linked to serious health issues or last for several weeks both short and long term absences can be linked to a disability. A reasonable adjustment can include changes to the job or workplace by providing additional support. Study information from 10 different towns was examined to estimate whether the standard degree of work-time control WTC was related to registering information data on diagnosing specific ailment for continuously 7 years. The model used for the study was Cox corresponding risk models which were adjusted for age, gender, occupational status, physical and mental workload. Work time control WTC is a crucial factor for determining the working hours and the factorial structure of work time control WTC is utilized to distinguish between duration and distribution of work. Work time control may be linked with enhanced recovery, and it is used to examine current levels of work time control WTC. During Research study, 2818 workers were on leave for continuously 10 days because of musculoskeletal and mental disorder illness. Individuals with moderate and high levels of HR had a decreased risk of sickness absence SA due to musculoskeletal disorder. The examination of subgroup analysis highlighted that older workers took more advantage from high levels of work-time control, and the sub-dimensions of work-time control was related to sickness absence due to mental disorders. Over 7 years, a high and moderate degree of work-time control were identified with a lower rate of sickness absence because of musculoskeletal disorders, and mental disorders were omitted. Various levels of work-time control WTC had been examined.