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Jūlija Kovaļova and Dzintra Atstāja

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Karin Kuimet, Marina Järvis, Anu Virovere and Jelena Hartšenko

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Jaana Sepp and Piia Tint

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Õnnela Paas, Virve Siirak, Jelena Hartšenko, Karin Reinhold and Piia Tint

implementation in Estonian manufacturing industry,” Agronomy Research , vol. 13, 2015. [13] Õ. Paas, K. Reinhold, P. Tint. J. Hartšenko, “Safety auditing role in the improvement of safety performance at enterprises,” Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review, vol. 3, no. 2, 2015. [14] L.S. Robson, J.A. Clarke, et al., “The effectiveness of occupational health and safety management system interventions: A systematic review,” Safety Science , vol. 45, pp. 329–353, 2007. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2006.07.003 [15] TEAL Center Fact Sheet No. 12

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Õnnela Paas, Karin Reinhold and Piia Tint

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René Arvola, Kaja Lutsoja, Ülo Kristjuhan and Piia Tint

Journal of Human Resources, 46(3), 334-352. https://doi.org/10.1177/1038411108091755 Arvola, R., & Kristjuhan, Ü. (2015). Workload and health of older academic personnel using telework. Agronomy Research, 13(3), 741-749. Arvola, R., Tint, P., & Kristjuhan, Ü. (2017a). Employer attitude towards telework in real estate sector. Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference “Economics Science for Rural Development”. Jelgava, LLU ESAF, 27-28 April, 9 pp. Arvola, R., Tint, P., Kristjuhan, Ü. & Siirak, V. (2017b). Impact of