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Main Title Business responds to AIDS : manager's kit : materials for workplace policy, employee education, family education, community service, resources /
Publisher U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 42358413
Subjects AIDS (Disease)--United States--Prevention ; AIDS (Disease)--Law and legislation--United States ; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome--prevention & control--United States ; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome--United States--legislation ; Occupational Health ; Personnel Management
Holdings
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EKAD  RC 969 .H43.U92 1998 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 05/10/2002
Collation 19 pamphlets, 3 posters, 1 paper insert : ill. ; in box 30 x 26 x 7 cm. + 1 sound cassette.
Notes
Title from box. Grouped in five folders: workplace policy, employee education, family education, community service, resources.
Contents Notes
Business responds to AIDS -- Accomodating employees with HIV infection and AIDS -- The ADA, FMLA, and AIDS -- Developing a workplace policy for HIV -- The financial impact of a workplace HIV/AIDS program on business -- A guide to Social Security and SSI disability benefits -- HIV/AIDS and health insurance -- Managing tuberculosis and HIV infection in today's general workplace -- OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard informational materials -- Questions asked most often and answers you need to know -- Small business guidelines -- Educating your workplace -- HIV/AIDS : are you at risk? -- How to evaluate the effectiveness of your HIV/AIDS program -- A family AIDS prevention guide for workers -- A manager's guide for family education through the workplace -- AIDS is your business -- Workplace resource guide -- Labor's promise to healthier workers {sound cassette}. Provides materials to managers at all levels to help create a comprehensive HIV and AIDS program including policy development, manager/labor leader training, employee education, education for employees' families, and community involvement and volunteerism.