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Staples can help you keep sick days to a minimum. The flu season typically runs October through March. That's about six months of flu symptoms and sickness going around the office and at home. Thankfully there are some great flu prevention tactics you can take. To get ahead of flu season, make sure to stock up on disinfectants, wipes and cleaners, and most importantly, get the flu vaccine.
Flu season is upon us and that means runny noses, chills and body aches. For a small business and its employees, that translates to days of lost productivity when members of your team are home in bed or feeling sick in the office.
Do you have sniffles? A headache? A fever? All three? As flu season kicks into gear, know the important questions to ask so you can determine if you can go into work or should just stay home.
By emphasizing wellness, companies can reduce absenteeism, boost productivity and increase employee retention. Learn how to create a healthy workplace now.
Whether you work for a company of 1 or 100, your office is filled with surfaces, and many of them harbor germs. Which are the germiest? Kimberly-Clark Professional® put workspaces to the test.
From door to door, what do you encounter on your way to work? What if traffic should be the least of your worries compared to all the germs you likely encounter. Learn more in this infographic.
The flu is responsible for approximately 111 million lost workdays each year, and the best way to avoid the flu is to get vaccinated. Try our tips to encourage your employees to give the flu vaccination a shot.
Did you know the average office desk harbors 400 times more bacteria than a toilet seat? Learn more about this and other germ facts and tips to help you keep safe at work during flu season.
While all workplaces are at risk during flu season, some are places where the virus thrives. Check out the 10 professions most likely to have contact with the flu virus, and then proceed with caution.
Avoiding the flu at work takes cooperation between employers and staff in enforcing workplace policies that encourage flu prevention. It might be time to revisit your stance on telecommuting and more.
Sick days and lost productivity cost businesses like yours $7 billion every year. You need to develop an office flu prevention strategy to minimize this illness’s effect on your employees and your business.
This year, Staples spoke directly with the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention to get the top 3 tips to help small businesses protect themselves from flu outbreaks. Find out what you need to do.
The best flu prevention tactic is to encourage and educate workers about how they can proactively fend off the flu virus. Learn how to keep your employees — and your business — in good health.
Flu season is upon us, and that means runny noses, chills and body aches. For a small business and its employees, that could turn into lost productivity. Learn what you can do as an employer to prevent that.
Hand washing has long been touted as one of the best ways to stop the spread of the influenza virus, and it is. Give employees easy access to hand sanitizers to keep your office germ free.
Want to keep your employees healthy and productive this flu season? Give everyone in your office the tools they need so they can join in and stop the spread of flu.
While preventing the flu may be a top priority for your company, what are your plans should a bout of this disease strike? Find out what steps you should take now to keep your office running.