Zachry, Curtis: The Use of Faith in Helping Workers Recover from Industrial Accidents and Illnesses
Spiritual beliefs, faith and/or religious practices are important in the lives of many injured workers, yet claims administrators are often uncertain about whether, when, or how, to address these issues. *(1)
Definition of Faith: Faith, which is sometimes recognized as Religion, is generally understood as a set of beliefs, rituals and practices, usually embodied within an institution or an organization. Spirituality, on the other hand, is commonly thought of as a search for ...
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