Poor sick-leave policies prompt spread of illness

09/29/2009 | Benefits Buzz

If companies want sick employees to stay home to avoid the spread of illnesses such as the H1N1 flu, then they need sick policies and a business culture to support such directives, Jennifer Benz writes. Workers might feel pressured to work when sick because of the workload, pay loss or poor management, she writes.

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