From table 9, as age and sick days increase, then performance decreases at 5% level of significance.
In conclusion, smokers perform poor than non-smokers and that as age and sick days increase, then performance decreases at 5% level of significance. This confirms Godin (1993), assertion that if organization quantify the hours spend in smoking and other planned behaviours, then the output will be compromised.
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