Jul 24, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Provision of antiretroviral treatment through workplace health schemes in South Africa has the potential to save substantial sums for employers, as well as making a major contribution to treatment scale-up in the region, a new study presented at the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington DC shows.
Wellington, New Zealand
When I was HR Manager for a major construction company in the late 1990's I did extensive analysis of the potential cost of HIV/AIDS and the implications of various cost saving initiatives that were possible and gave them to the HR Director. nothing happened. Now, 15 years later, some genius presents this idea to the world? If my work was unique, i would be most surprised. So how many times have these numbers been presented to corporate boards, i wonder, while people die and short term profits are protected? wonder how many lives have been lost and famines destroyed because (as I was told) it would cost to much in the short term to wait for the long term benefits...
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