You’ve certainly heard stories in the media about the swine flu, officially known as influenza a virus subtype H1N1 “A(H1N1)”. The global response is being coordinated by the World Health Organization or WHO, but how your company responds can impact both the health of your employees and the health of your business. Employees are concerned about how A(H1N1) will impact the workplace. To learn what actions you should take to prepare your company for a possible pandemic, be sure to read this month’s featured article by the HR Pros at MyHRSupportCenter, 10 Action Items against H1N1 aka Swine Flu Threat.
Learn what you should consider as you decide how to address employee concerns, who you should establish communications plans with, how you should deal with employees who exhibit symptoms and much more that can be used not only when dealing with A(H1N1), but also when preparing for future pandemics.