H1N1 At Work: If You're Sick, Stay Home?

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Joanne Silberner, NPR's health policy correspondent
Dr. Russell Robbins, head of Mercer human resources consulting firm's H1N1 and pandemic preparedness

The threat of the H1N1 flu virus has many employers taking precautions to prevent its spread in the workplace. And while it may be an easy decision to allow one member of staff to stay home with the flu, decision-making gets tougher when half of the work force falls ill.



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