Companies should prepare for "crippling" H1N1 impact

09/22/2009 | Insurance Journal

The seasonal flu costs $10 billion in direct medical expenses and lost productivity a year, but the H1N1 flu could cause "crippling absenteeism," David Morgan writes. The Chamber of Commerce is advising companies to tell sick workers to stay home, provide good air circulation and encourage hand washing, he writes.

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