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Management article
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Reference no. 91611
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Business Review", 1991

Abstract

In this three-part case, the authors explore how an HIV-infected employee should be managed over time. Manager Greg van de Water must make a series of decisions regarding Joe Collins. Three AIDS-in-the-workplace experts recommend action to Greg at each decision point. They are: Lee Smith of Levi Strauss; Jim Nichols of American Security Bank (where he is on long-term disability leave as a result of HIV infection); and Jonathan Mann of the Harvard School of Public Health.

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Abstract

In this three-part case, the authors explore how an HIV-infected employee should be managed over time. Manager Greg van de Water must make a series of decisions regarding Joe Collins. Three AIDS-in-the-workplace experts recommend action to Greg at each decision point. They are: Lee Smith of Levi Strauss; Jim Nichols of American Security Bank (where he is on long-term disability leave as a result of HIV infection); and Jonathan Mann of the Harvard School of Public Health.

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