HIV in the workplace: a critical investigation into the present legislative protection afforded to the HIV positive employee
Poggenpoel, Jerome Mark
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This thesis examined to what extent the current legislation protects the HIV positive employee against unfair discrimination and dismissal. The study gave short medical background to HIV/AIDS and introduced HIV discrimination by giving the historical background to HIV related discrimination. From this, the extent of stigmatization against this group was introduced.
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