It is every employer's responsibility to facilitate access to vaccines so they plan ahead to secure an on-site influenza clinic in the spring
While the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the world and many resources are being devoted to stop its spread, employers should not forget the negative impacts of seasonal influenza.
A person who succumbs to the virus can face days’ worth of fever, fatigue, chills and muscle pain. This can mean valuable time away from work. Furthermore, employees find that their work performance is impaired for days after returning to work.
That’s why it’s so important that Canadians have their annual immunization to minimize the spread of the virus and reduce stress on the health-care system.
Employers play an important role in protecting employees against influenza to maintain a healthy workforce ̶ even those who continue to work virtually.
And a workplace influenza immunization clinic does not have to be a complicated process. To find out about the two keys to success of a clinic, check out this exclusive feature from Seqirus: