Tips for Fighting Cold and Flu Season in the Workplace

October 24, 2017

The exact timing and duration of flu seasons can vary, but influenza activity often begins to increase in October. Now's the time to take preventive measures in your workplace. The Flu can cause a big disruption for business. Employees who are sick may not be as productive when it comes to getting work done, and symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, and fever can spread germs to healthy employees.

 

Go to Curated Compliance Resource Library now and get the Guide for Everyday Preventative Actions Than Can Help Fight Germs and the Flu

 

Preventative care is vital to keeping employees healthy.  The more employees take advantage of available care, the more cost effective their care becomes.   

 

You may know that most health plans cover recommended preventative services at no cost to the individual, but do your employees know?  If you’re not already doing so, consider communicating the free preventative care benefits that are available to them from the carrier links listed below:

 

Kaiser
United Health Care    
Anthem Blue Cross    
Blue Shield

Sutter

Cal Choice

HealthNet

Aetna
 

For more information and resources to help fight the flu in your workplace, check out the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Flu Toolkit for Businesses and Employers on the Curated Compliance Resource Library

 

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