Odds ratios and 95% CIs for absence due to mental disease or non-mental disease according to proposed cutoff scores for absolute presenteeism (≤40) in actual prospective cohort data.

a<p>Subjects with absence due to mental disease across a 2-year follow up; <sup>b</sup>Subjects with absence due to non-mental disease across a 2-year follow up; OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval; *P<0.05; adjusted ORs and 95% CIs were based on multiple logistic regression analysis. The first model was adjusted for age and gender, a second model was further adjusted for depressive symptoms (K6≥13) at baseline, and a third model was further adjusted for drinking habits (drink approximately every day or not), smoking habits (current smoker or not), education level (years), job position (managerial job or not), equivalent income (10,000 yen/year), and exercise in spare time (yes or no) at baseline.</p><p>Odds ratios and 95% CIs for absence due to mental disease or non-mental disease according to proposed cutoff scores for absolute presenteeism (≤40) in actual prospective cohort data.</p>