H1N1 Nova Scotia – Questions from Employers

October 14, 2009

As flu season bears down upon us, the H1N1 flu virus, or the “heiny” virus as some have dubbed it, is becoming a hot topic for employers and HR practitioners. Cox & Palmer’s Halifax office recently delivered a presentation about H1N1 and the related legal issues confronting Nova Scotia employers.

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