The Analysis of Factors Affecting Municipal Employees’ Willingness to Report to Work During an Influenza Pandemic by Means of the Extended Parallel Pr

More than 1,500 (non-healthcare) employees in a major German city participated in an online survey that measured variables such as risk perception, role competence, self-efficacy, role importance, sense of duty, and willingness to report to work in the case of a pandemic. Results indicated that nearly 20% would not be willing to report in the event of a pandemic, primarily because of perceived risk of infection and risk of infecting loved ones.
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