During previous World Cups, many employees including myself battled with the World Cup Flu. Well, employers should prepare for another outbreak starting June 12, 2014, when FIFA World Cup Brazil begins, and will go on for about a month.
‘Tis the season of the FIFA Women's World Cup. This time, it’s women who are going to be playing, beginning this Sunday June 26 and ending July 17, in Germany. It may not be as popular as the men's World Cup, but it is a busy and important year for women's football/soccer! Will the rate of employee absenteeism be as high as when the men's World Cup took place? Maybe not; but still, what can employers do to manage a sudden outbreak of "World Cup flu" cases in their workplace?
Are your employees suffering from the “World Cup Flu”? Are you finding that there is an unusually high rate of absenteeism in your office these days?
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