7 edition of Managing HIV in the Workplace found in the catalog.
April 1, 2007
by Human Sciences Research Council
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
The book provides essential guidance in managing health at work, gives specific examples of good practice and alerts the reader to relevant guidelines surrounding issues such as stress, cancer, HIV and AIDS, RSI, health eating and exercise. The author argues that increasing attention should be paid to the use of workplace health especially with Format: Hardcover. Managing Workplace Diversity: ContentsA Contemporary Context The Disabled Worker in Workplace Diversity The Part-Timer in Workplace Diversity Management and Leadership in Workplace Diversity Human Resource Management in Workplace Diversity LGBT Issues in Workplace Diversity HIV/AIDS Workers in Workplace.
One of the most effective ways of reducing and managing the impact of HIV/AIDS in the workplace is through the implementation of an HIV/AIDS policy and programme. Addressing aspects of HIV/AIDS in the workplace will enable employers, trade unions and government to actively contribute towards local, national and international efforts to prevent. (I have decided to keep the book as a reference for the future). If you are looking for a no nonsense, jargon-free guide to how organisations work, then Managing with Power is a very good start. What's more, the book has an extensive bibliography for those - like me - who are interested in further by:
This book is informative as well as educative and can be used as a textbook. Managing HIV Infection and Antiretroviral. Choice of drug regimen. Part 2. HIVAIDS Care and Counselling: A Multidisciplinary Approach Alta C. Van Dyk Limited preview - /5(7). THE PREVALENCE OF HIV AND AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE The impact of AIDS is still not fully understood in the workplace. The lack of understanding of the dynamics involved in the disease itself seems to portray a bleak picture of HIV and AIDS in the workplace. This is primarily because there is little.
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Setting out a clear HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy is an effective tool for clearly stating your company’s position and practices with regards to managing employees who may be living with HIV and AIDS.
There are a number of factors that should be addressed by your policy in order to provide clear guidelines that employees can understand and adhere. (Publisher-supplied data) Providing an in-depth analysis of the opportunities and constraints faced by six small- and medium-sized enterprises in managing the burden of HIV/AIDS within their companies, this study focuses on the complexity of HIV risk dynamics, as well as the challenges of implementing effective HIV/AIDS intervention programs, and highlights achievements.
Managing HIV/AIDS in the workplace: Employers’ handbook for action. Users of this handbook will find relevant laws, national and international, on HIV/AIDS that will serve as legal framework for the development of a company policy.
This will also serve as a guide on designing and implementing an HIV/AIDS program for the workplace. Managing Workplace Diversity - A contemporary approach is a practical textbook that covers key issues in workplace diversity like gender, age, social class, physical disability including contemporary concepts like the migrant worker, transgender issues, AIDS, etc.
as a means of broadening the reader's knowledge in this dynamic field of management. Employers' Handbook on Managing HIV/AIDS in the Workplace Bangkok, International Labour Office, ISBN Thai edition: Employers' Handbook on Managing HIV/AIDS in the Workplace ISBNBangkok The designations employed in ILO publications, which are in conformity with United Nations practice, and.
WORKPLACE HIV/AIDS PROGRAMS Managing HIV in the Workplace book OF CONTENTS FOREWORD 1 INTRODUCTION 3 CHAPTER ONE HIV/AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE 5 HIV/AIDS is a Business Issue 8 HIV/AIDS is a Labor Issue 9 Workplace HIV/AIDS Responses 9 Advocacy Within the Workplace 10 Company Responses Beyond the Workplace 11 HIV/AIDS Basics 12 File Size: KB.
Managing Burnout in the Workplace concentrates on the problem of burnout, what it is and how it differs from chronic stress, low morale, and depression. The book addresses burnout from psychological, legal, and human resources perspectives. Chapters also cover how burnout is defined, symptom recognition, managing and overcoming burnout, and how.
Management of HIV-positive individuals in primary care. With the increased survival of patients treated with ART, the management of HIV in primary care has become much the same as for any other long-term condition. Shared care with local specialist clinics is becoming increasingly : Dr Laurence Knott.
Workplace HIV/AIDS critical issues are discussed as well as best practice in HIV/AIDS management. The Solution. The outcomes of the course (HIV/AIDS Workplace Management Training Course, one of our HIV Courses in South Africa) include: Identify dread diseases and their impact on the unit.
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Get this from a library. Managing HIV in the workplace: learning from SMEs. [Jocelyn Vass; Sizwe Phakathi; Human Sciences Research Council.
Employment, Growth and Development Initiative.] -- (Publisher-supplied data) Providing an in-depth analysis of the opportunities and constraints faced by six small- and medium-sized enterprises in managing the burden of.
HIV/AIDS in the Workplace - 10 - 3. HIV/AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that causes disease. The virus is passed from one person to another through blood, breast milk and/or vaginal fluids or semen.
Once a person is infected with the virus, they are HIV positive. The HI Virus is miniscule, but its impact on the body is. A virus called Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is found in people who have AIDS.
Those infected with the virus may remain well for an indefinite period after being infected with HIV and show no signs of infection. AIDS cannot be transmitted by casual contact. There is no risk of acquiring the disease from workplace activities in most workplaces.
Awards for excellent performance in mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS on the workplace are often handed out to large, well-resourced companies in South Africa.
On the other hand, small- and medium-sized companies are often castigated for their relatively poor performance and capacity in such efforts. This study provides an in-depth analysis of the opportunities and constraints. Managing HIV/AIDS In the Workplace A Resource for EPA Managers and Supervis19M ¦ Chapter 2 - background information on HIV/AIDS and related workplace issues, including definitions of key terms, methods of preventing HIV transmission, and an introduction to Federal laws and regulations that govern the workplace; m Chapter 3.
Managing Workplace Diversity A Contemporary Context 9 Introduction to Management of Workplace Diversity This book also covers the aspect of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual workers (LGBT) as an inherent part of diversity.
Being in the firm while facing the risk of stigmatisation, LGBT should have their role to play within the business. The guide discusses key principles for addressing HIV in the workplace before looking at policy and planning issues.
The guide outlines impact assessments and strategic planning for HR and budgeting. The third section of the book looks at workplace programmes, discussing prevention, treatment, care, capacity building and communications.
It is aimed at managers and health specialists concerned with initiating new policies to develop and improve workplace health.
The book provides essential guidance in managing health at work, gives specific examples of good practice and alerts the reader to relevant guidelines surrounding issues such as stress, cancer, HIV and AIDS, RSI, health.
Title: Managing HIV in the Workplace – Learning from SMEs Authors: Jocelyn Vass; Sizwe Phakathi Year of Publication: Publisher: HSRC Press This book provides an in-depth analysis of the opportunities and constraints faced by six small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in managing the burden of HIV/AIDS within their companies.
What is BRTA. Business Responds to AIDS (BRTA) is a free public-private partnership initiative of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that supports small, medium and large-size businesses with tailored resources and tools of effective workplace programs and human resource (HR) policies to reduce stigma and prevent discrimination.
This course is based on a book and a post test. When you're ready, purchase the test by clicking the "Add To Cart" button. This will let you take the test and receive your certificate for CE credits. Course Syllabus. Introduction; Is Workplace Anger Really that Common? Anger in the Workplace; Is it Normal or Dangerous?
Managing Anger in the.Even if your employees are able to book airplane tickets to or from areas where there have been cases of coronavirus, that does not mean it is a good idea.
In fact, an employee may be safer staying in a hotel room in China than spending 14 hours with several hundred people — with a few who are infected with the virus — on a flight back to.Managing hIV in the workplace: Learning from SMes 2 ©HSRC Table Overview of case study methodology Research method Research instrument Target respondents Individual face-to-face interviews Structured questionnaire/ interview guide Senior management Operations/ line management HR/personnel management Occupational health practitioner.