Ebola and Other Spooky Viruses in Your Kingdom!

Halloween is coming and it’s fun to think of scary things.  I  bet the rentals of “Contagion” have skyrocketed since the cases of Ebola have arrived to the United States.  But this isn’t the movies, more people on quarantine are being released every day now.  We are seeing it is not as easily spread as Hollywood would have us believe.

Flu and Cold season is fast approaching and we should be more worried about those germs spreading in your Kingdom.  We’ve created this spooky info-graphic for you.  So compare the symptoms before you ask your employees to go into quarantine.  Most importantly have a plan for how to handle sick employees that don’t include a hazmat suit!

Ebola Infographic

Keep an eye out for what to consider if Ebola does come to your area.  It’s not as easy as sending people home.  You will step into ADA, FMLA and possible discrimination…That is Scary!

Now go wash your hands and as always call us if you need help with any of your HR needs!



About evilqueenhr

Once upon a time there was a boring HR person sitting in a back office filling out paperwork spouting sections from the handbook. I’m not that HR person. Work is a scary and sometimes funny place with lots of lessons to learn along the way. People don’t follow the rules, it’s HR’s job to steer them in the right direction. Unfortunately there are no apples with spells to make the bad employees fall asleep until we can recruit new ones. My Name is Denise Benages and I have been in the Human Resource field for over 16 years. I am president of HR Midwest, Inc. I plan on telling the epic lore of the workplace and help with solutions. Don't Bite the Apple...Work is not a fairy tale! www.dontbitetheapple.net www.hrmidwest.com
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1 Response to Ebola and Other Spooky Viruses in Your Kingdom!

  1. Kim says:

    love the graphic!!!

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