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4 Ways HR Can Raise Flu Shot Compliance



While some hospitals have instituted policies warning employees to get the flu shot or get fired (and are following through), the most successful strategies incentivize changes in employee behaviors.



2 comments on "4 Ways HR Can Raise Flu Shot Compliance"
Lyn Smith (1/5/2014 at 1:30 PM)

Looking for the answer to Geraldine's question. Did I miss it somewhere? If one is exempt from the vaccine & must wear a mask {PROBLEMATIC IN ITSELF} then the obstreperous, recalcitrant employee who declines the flu shot could also wear a mask.{instead of facing disclipine up to & including termination}....same result, different administrative motives....One is punitive. Read package [INVALID]s from different manufacturers of vaccines...Adverse side effects, testing, effectiveness, adjuvant ingredients...Do some resarch. Read about compliance rate expectations and financial consequences. Vaccinating someone is a medical procedure that requires uncoerced patient consent. Lots of questions, few willing to answer.
Geraldine (1/14/2013 at 3:56 PM)

So we are collecting data of how many people get infected and die from the influenza, I would like to know,and how many of the diagnosed patients with influenza and How many of the people who died, were vaccinated with thte flu shot. Can you provide those numbers?