AIDS Threatens Global Business

Breuer, Nancy
February 2000
Workforce (10928332);Feb2000, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p52
Discusses what global companies are doing or not doing to counteract an AIDS epidemic that may determine the severity of labor shortage in some countries. Overview of the AIDS threat; Effects on employers that are not prepared; What United States-based businesses do.


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