Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Telework After COVID: A “Silver Lining” for Workers with Disabilities?115
Opening the Workplace After COVID-19: What Lessons Can be Learned from Return-to-Work Research?75
The Impact of Work Loss on Mental and Physical Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Baseline Findings from a Prospective Cohort Study55
Gig Workers with Disabilities: Opportunities, Challenges, and Regulatory Response44
Universal Basic Income as a Policy Response to COVID-19 and Precarious Employment: Potential Impacts on Rehabilitation and Return-to-Work34
The Role of the Employer in Supporting Work Participation of Workers with Disabilities: A Systematic Literature Review Using an Interdisciplinary Approach33
Company Characteristics, Disability Inclusion Practices, and Employment of People with Disabilities in the Post COVID-19 Job Economy: A Cross Sectional Survey Study29
Disability Inclusive Employment and the Accommodation Principle: Emerging Issues in Research, Policy, and Law29
Systematic Review of the Impact on Return to Work of Return-to-Work Coordinators26
Diversity and Inclusion in the American Legal Profession: Workplace Accommodations for Lawyers with Disabilities and Lawyers Who Identify as LGBTQ+25
Does it matter what your reasons are when deciding to disclose (or not disclose) a disability at work? The association of workers’ approach and avoidance goals with perceived positive and negative wor25
In What Ways Does Health Related Stigma Affect Sustainable Employment and Well-Being at Work? A Systematic Review18
Job Accommodations, Return to Work and Job Retention of People with Physical Disabilities: A Systematic Review18
What is Safe Long COVID Rehabilitation?18
Barriers and Facilitators for Return to Work from the Perspective of Workers with Common Mental Disorders with Short, Medium and Long-Term Sickness Absence: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study17
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