Employers `must face up to Aids in the workplace'

Welch, Jilly
September 1998
People Management;9/17/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p14
Urges employers in Great Britain to draw up human resource policies to support HIV-positive employees. Awards scheme launched by the Global Business Council on HIV/AIDS; Comments from company officials; Examples of companies that have explicit policies on staff with HIV.


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