It’s been over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was documented in the United States and a global pandemic was declared. In that time, we’ve learned a great deal about how COVID spreads within the community, at home, at school, and in the workplace.
The Essential Guide to Properly Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting Your Workplace
At Miller’s, we take the health of our staff, customers and community very seriously, and we wanted to share with you the steps we’re taking to ensure that everyone has the information they need to protect themselves from and prevent the spread of the COVID-19. We are actively following the CDC guidelines for workplace and commercial business and we are sharing those guidelines with you as well.
In new research, global staffing firm Accountemps found that 90% of professionals admitted they sometimes come to the office with cold or flu symptoms. And worse yet, 33% of them ALWAYS go to work even when they’re ill with the cold or flu. Yikes! That’s not right, but it’s the real world.
Did you know the flu affects 5-20% of the population in the United States each year? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that influenza has resulted up to 960,000 hospitalizations in the United States. Now is the time to take action and learn how to be an effective flu fighter and win this winter in your office.
According to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study the peak month of the flu season is February. With brisk cooler temperatures every day the time to prepare facilities and offices for sniffles, sneezes and the flu is now. Please consider the questions below to anticipate the impact peak cold and flu season may have on your workplace.
It’s a jolly time of the year! The holidays bring cheer to offices with holiday parties, gift exchanges and more. This year, spread the love with useful gifts for your office gift exchange. If you’re still thinking about a gift to bring, these 5 themed gift package ideas may help. Choose gifts that help prepare your colleagues for a healthy and safe winter.
It is difficult for most organizations to understand the financial impact of absences caused by employee illness. Healthcare claims and their affiliated costs may be more readily financially trackable, but absences also have far-reaching effects on productivity and operating expenses that are not as easy to quantify and control. This blog examines the true financial impact of unplanned absences caused by illness—and how to reduce both absenteeism and healthcare claims.