HIV in the Workplace: Policies and Training

HIV in the Workplace: Policies and Training is a comprehensive guide to the legal and ethical requirements businesses have for dealing with HIV in the workplace. Starting with a detailed explanation of the history and effects of the virus, this book will explore the impact of the disease on employees, from the effect on their health to stigmas and social challenges they may face. The book will then turn to the responsibilities of employers and managers, outlining the requirements for successful and effective workplace policies regarding HIV. This provides a detailed overview of legal and ethical requirements, as well as global and national guidelines for drafting and implementing HIV policies in the workplace, while also looking at how these policies can prevent the spread of the disease. Finally, this title will look at the importance of training and education around the disease in the workplace, and give practical and specific guidelines for various workplace situations for those affected by HIV.

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