Sick Hours In Leeville Case Study

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In the aforementioned argument, the Leeville Chamber of Commerce stated that Leeville town workers taking fewer sick days and having a lower possibility of being diagnosed with stress-related illness than Masonton workers can be attributed to the health benefits of the relatively relaxed peace of life in Leeville. The explanation about these facts may seem convincing; however, there are more plausible alternative explanations to account for them. First, it is plausible that the number of sick days reported by workers in Leeville are simply fewer than those by workers in Masonton. To be specific, if Leeville only has small scaled clinics operated by individuals, workers would not go to the hospital in Leeville and instead endure their sickness without seeking medical attention. Also, it is possible that workers in a small town such as Leeville would head for the large city of Masonton to receive medical treatment since there are no large hospitals and specialized hospitals in Leeville since the town is too small for such hospitals to be profitable. In these cases, it is likely for workers in Leeville to take fewer sick days than workers in the large city of Masonton, rendering actual figures different from the fact presented above.…show more content…
Even if workers in Leeville take fewer sick days, if majority of the population of Leeville are non-workers and moreover if these non-workers report more sick days than in those in Masonton, it cannot be said that revealed facts can be attributed to the health benefits of the relatively relaxed pace of life in Leeville. This is because the subjects of the provided facts are workers, whereas the subjects concluded by Leeville Chamber of Commerce are all citizens in Leeville, including both workers and non-workers. In other words, the Leeville Chamber of Commerce generalized conclusion of the part as conclusion of a

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