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14-07-2012 19:30 #246
3??? We get 8!
as an employer it is a catch 22 as we are a small business and yes my staff are rarely sick but their kids always are so their sick days are then up for their kids ( as well as their 10 days parental leave)
It does cost us money when they are off , there are only 6 in the office, but we have to suck it up and realize its part of the risk/commitment we have as a small business
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14-07-2012 19:30 #247
I went from permanent to casual in '09 when dd started Prep, but I was sure it stayed the same. Workmates still say 3 :/
14-07-2012 19:33 #248
Without reading the rest of the thread, what about casuals, if they dont work they dont get paid. And they still have to pay for the daycare they arent using when their child is really sick and cant be sent. They need to be able to make a living too... There is no one blanket solution of just not sending every child who has a sniffle. Its unfortunate but it is what it is.
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- it provides 'a "safety net" to prevent perinatal infection among infants born to HBsAg-positive mothers who are not identified because of errors in maternal HBsAg testing or failures in reporting of test results'
- the birth dose 'provides early protection to infants at risk for infection after the perinatal period'
- infants who get the birth dose of hepatitis B vaccine have 'higher rates of on-time completion of the hepatitis B vaccine series'
- it reduces the risk that a child could get hepatitis B later in childhood, even if he isn't at risk now from a mother with hepatitis B, since they could be exposed to another caregiver or family member with hepatitis B
The alternative to universal immunization and giving the hepatitis B vaccine to all newborns would be to simply target high risk newborns and other people who are at high risk for getting hepatitis B infections. Unfortunately, health experts tried that when the hepatitis B vaccine first came out and it didn't work.
It wasn't until after the universal immunization program for the hepatitis B vaccine began that the rate of new hepatitis B infections in children began to drop.
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