This book provides human resource managers with the information necessary to cope with the ethical, legal, and financial issues surrounding AIDS. Masi offers a comprehensive Program Integration Model approach to managing the disease and shows how to develop effective policies, implement educational programs, and adapt existing Employee Assistance Programs to provide the most cost-effective and comprehensive service to employees dealing with AIDS. She also addresses the particular concerns of special populations, provides current legal information to help the employer avoid costly litigation, and reviews actual policies employed by major corporations in both the public and private sectors.
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