The news about Ebola and its effect on the workplace continues. Employers are struggling to understand the potential workplace implications of the disease and how to deal with employees who may have been exposed or who are reluctant to travel to parts of the world that might expose them to Ebola. I've posted on the topic here:
Some of my fellow law bloggers have been busy covering the situation:
- Ebola: Individual’s Freedoms v. Community Health Concerns – Who Wins?
- Ebola Matters of First Impression; Law Lags Behind Policy
- Podcast: Managing Ebola Concerns in the Workplace
- Seven Steps for Employers to Address the Ebola Threat
- Ebola in the Workplace – Practical Suggestions
- Ebola in the Workplace – The Law