Will you hire Lazarus?

Breuer, Nancy L.
June 1998
Workforce (10928332);Jun98, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p104
Deals with the issue of returning workers who suffered from life-threatening conditions. Background information on Ken Aldrich, a former congressional affairs officer in the White House; Information on long-term disability plans under group disability insurance; Fear of losing disability insurance coverage; Reasons for bringing back a skilled, experienced worker. INSETS: Tips for re-integrating employees;Why returning to work after battling AIDS carries special....


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