Job accidents in Hungary rise 14% in 2014
The number of workplace accidents saw a rise of 14%, up to 19,661, last year with 78 fatalities, the head of the National Economy Ministryʼs labour oversight department said at a press conference yesterday.
Last year, Hungarians missed 21.5m days of work, he said, adding that a European Union survey shows stress on the job to be the cause of 50-60% of the total sick days.
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