Mini Review - Journal of Pain Management and Therapy (2023) Volume 7, Issue 4
Impact of chronic non-malignant pain on workplace productivity.
The impact of chronic non-malignant pain on workplace productivity. Chronic non-malignant pain refers to persistent pain that is not caused by cancer. This study aims to investigate how this type of pain affects an individual's ability to perform in the workplace. The findings reveal that chronic non-malignant pain significantly hampers workplace productivity, leading to increased absenteeism, reduced work efficiency, and impaired job performance. Moreover, the study highlights the importance of implementing comprehensive pain management strategies and workplace accommodations to mitigate the negative impact of chronic non-malignant pain on productivity and overall employee well-being.Author(s): Nilay Daubresse*