Pandemic concern increases

Overman, Stephanie
November 2005
Employee Benefit News;11/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p1
Focuses on the need for human resources and benefits managers to develop policies and procedures in connection to pandemics. Role of benefits managers in giving employees information about the nature and spread of infectious diseases; Approaches that can be taken by companies to prevent the spread of infectious diseases; Benefits of offering flu vaccine to employees.


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