Helping staff stay healthy.Millions of Americans will be at increased risk of catching the flu this season as a result of an unexpected shortfall Shortfall
The amount by which the capital required to fulfill a financial obligation exceeds available capital.
Shortfall risk is often combated with an efficient hedging strategy created by a fund, group, institution, or individual. in the availability of the flu vaccine
The flu vaccine is a vaccine to protect against the highly variable influenza virus.
The annual flu kills an estimated 36,000 people in the United States. . Here are some steps you can take to help ensure a healthier workplace and minimize flu season
Foster a healthy environment. Make sure ill employees feel comfortable asking to leave the workplace or, better yet, not reporting to work in the first place.
Set a good example. Urge managers not to show up at work with the flu, as employees may view the message to stay home as lip service lip service
Verbal expression of agreement or allegiance, unsupported by real conviction or action; hypocritical respect: .
Set guidelines guidelines,
n.pl a set of standards, criteria, or specifications to be used or followed in the performance of certain tasks. and make them visible to employees. Help them understand under what conditions they should stay home, and when it's safe to return to work.
Review absence-control policies to ensure that they are not counter-productive. Assess policies to ensure that they are not making ill employees feel required to report to work.
Post helpful tips on how to avoid spreading germs. For example, use the guidance offered on the Centers for Disease Control Web site: www.cdc.gov/germstopper/work.htm.
Work with your employees and facilities group to keep common areas clean. This may even include cleaning conference rooms between meetings.