Flu is NOT Good for Business
Don't let a preventable illness hurt your bottom line.Studies show a person with influenza can lose up to 5.9 days from work. In the U.S., this adds up to 75 million lost working days each year and annual lost productivity of an estimated $6.2 billion, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
An annual flu vaccination can help keep workers healthy during flu season.
- Encourage employees to get vaccinated.
- Give incentives to employees to be vaccinated (like time off to get a flu shot or prizes).
- Provide a flu shot clinic at the worksite- Vaccine Providers will travel to your worksite.
- Makes it easy and convenient for your workers to get a flu vaccine.
- Employees are more likely to get flu vaccine if it is offered at work.
Stay Well in the Workplace
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with your elbow.
- Provide facial tissues for employees and visitors or customers.
- Provide hand sanitizer for employers and visitors or customers.
- Don't go to work when you are sick.
Worksite Immunization (Brochure)
Workplace Vaccination Providers
These vaccine providers will travel to your worksite to provide flu shots.
Providers and Partners
- Communicable Disease Control
- Communicable Disease Reporting and Resources
- Ebola Virus Disease Information for Healthcare Providers
- Family Support
- For School Nurses, Staff and Childcare Providers
- Health Advisories and Alerts
- Immunization Information for Healthcare Providers
- Infection Control
- Influenza Information for Medical Providers
- Pertussis Information for Medical Providers
- Pierce County Medical Reserve Corps
- Refugee Health
- Reported Select Notifiable Conditions
- School and Student Health
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Provider Information
- Worksite Flu Immunization