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News - Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and Other Life Threatening Illnesses for the Public Sector
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Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and Other Life Threatening Illnesses for the Public Sector

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This Code of Practice is intended as a guide for Public Sector Managers in helping them to promote the development of a supportive, ethical and human rights work environment that protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of workers living with HIV and other life threatening illnesses.

 

It calls for a consistent approach in dealing with public sector employees living with these illnesses. The Ministry of Labour wishes that the guide be made available to all public sector employees so that they may be made aware of their rights and how they should be treated by both the management and their colleagues within the organisation.

 

The Code of Practice signifies a commitment by the Government of Barbados to treat its employees within the Public Sector in a fair and non-discriminatory manner regardless of their HIV status or any other life threatening illness.

 

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Published: Tuesday, 15th December, 2009





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