Workplaces Adjust to COVID Sick Days
Clip: 01/24/2022 | 7m 9s
In the first half of January, an estimated 8.8 million U.S. workers reportedly stayed home either because they were sick with COVID or caring for someone who was sick. This comes as some workers are running out of sick leave.
Aired: 01/24/22 |
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