| Journal Articles|
|HIV Incidence during a Cluster-Randomized Trial of Two Strategies Providing Voluntary Counselling and Testing at the Workplace, Zimbabwe|
Corbett EL, Makamure B, Cheung YB, Dauya E, Matambo R, Bandason T, Munyati SS, Mason PR, Butterworth AE, Hayes RJ. AIDS. 2007 Feb 19;21(4):483-9. Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
|Establishing a Workplace Antiretroviral Therapy Programme in South Africa|
Charalambous S, Grant AD, Day JH, Pemba L, Chaisson RE, Kruger P, Martin D, Wood R, Brink B, Churchyard GJ. AIDS Care. 2007 Jan;19(1):34-41. Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
| Guidelines and Best Practices|
| Policy Reports, Papers, and Briefs|
|Equality at Work: Tackling the Challenges|
International Labour Organization, 2007. [PDF, 1.8MB] Also available in Arabic, French, German, Russian, and Spanish.
|World Economic Outlook: Chapter I--Economic Prospects and Policy Issues|
International Monetary Fund, September 2005. [PDF, 697K] (See in particular the section "Africa: How Can the Benefits of a Rising Working Age Population be Maximized?" starting on page 48.)
|HIV/AIDS as a Business Issue in the Russian Federation: Understanding Why and What Should Be Done|
Anton Rushakov. Transatlantic Partners Against AIDS, February 2005. [PDF, 748KK] Also in Russian.
|Business and HIV/AIDS: Commitment and Action? A Global Review of the Business Response to HIV/AIDS 2004-2005|
David Bloom, Lakshmi Reddy Bloom, David Steven, Mark Weston. World Economic Forum, Harvard School of Public Health, UNAIDS, January 2005.
|The Old Mutual 2005 Healthcare Survey: Towards Social Health Insurance|
Old Mutual Healthcare, 2005.[PDF, 2.3MB] Monitors employers' perceptions and actions in the South African healthcare industry.
|Waking Up to Risk: Corporate Responses to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace|
UNAIDS, UNRISD, October 1, 2003. [PDF, 476K]
|The Private Sector Responds to the Epidemic: Debswana, a Global Benchmark: UNAIDS Case Study|
UNAIDS, September 9, 2002. [PDF, 807K]
|How Does HIV/AIDS Affect African Businesses?|
USAID, December 2001. [PDF, 544K]
|How Are African Businesses Responding?|
USAID, December 2001. [PDF, 544K]
|ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS|
International Labour Organization, June 2001.
| Program Management Materials|
|Developing Workplace and Medical Benefits Policies to Support Staff with HIV|
International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Draft Summary, Emerging Practice Series, February 2004.
|HIV/AIDS Guide for the Mining Sector: A Resource for Developing Stakeholder Competency and Compliance in Mining Communities in Southern Africa|
The Canadian International Development Agency, Golder Associates Ltd., 2004.
|The Faces, Voices, and Skills Behind the GIPA Workplace Model in South Africa: UNAIDS Case Study|
UNAIDS, June 2, 2002. [PDF, 822K]
List of resources from SMARTWork: Strategically Managing AIDS Responses Together in the Workplace.
| Patient and Community Education|
|HIV/AIDS: It's Your Business|
UNAIDS, August 2003. [PDF, 1MB]
|Action Against AIDS in the Workplace: The Africa Region|
UNAIDS, International Labour Organization (ILO), June 2003. [PDF, 222KB]
|HIV Threatens Our Workers, Our Customers, and Our Communities...|
Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Leading the Business Fight Against HIV/AIDS, January 2003. [PDF, 2.8MB]
|Business Taking Action to Manage HIV/AIDS: A Selection of Business Practices Responding to HIV/AIDS in- and Outside the Asian Workplace|
Asian Business Coalition on AIDS, November 2002. [PDF, 263K]
|Action Against AIDS in the Workplace: The Asia-Pacific Region|
UNAIDS, International Labour Organization (ILO), October 2002. [PDF, 201KB]
|Global Business Coalition on HIV and AIDS|
Resources for companies seeking to develop their own response to HIV/AIDS include case studies and tools for human resource managers.
|International Labour Organization (ILO), HIV/AIDS and the World of Work Program|
Includes numerous publications, including its newsletter, Workplace Action on HIV/AIDS, and An ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work. ILO also collaborates with UNIFEM on a program integrating gender, HIV/AIDS, and the care economy. The program highlights the need to increase sources of social protection; address income insecurity; and improve access to health and basic social services that could alleviate the burden of care, especially for women.
|Strategically Managing AIDS Responses Together (SMARTWork)|
Funded by the U.S. Department of Labor and managed by the Academy for Educational Development; provides assistance to business and labor groups so that they can respond effectively to AIDS in their workplaces. Project offices in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Nigeria, Ukraine, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe.