Dealing with the effects of the morning after the night before

Julyan, Alan
June 2010
People Management;6/17/2010, p33
The article discusses how can employers resolve the problem of having employees reporting at work with a hangover. It cites the result of the survey conducted by charity group Drinkaware, which showed that 520,000 workers in Great Britain are going to work each day with a hangover. It suggests that employers should incorporate a clause that prohibit employees under the influence of alcohol in the workplace in their policies, among others.


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