|HIV food handler--employer's duties
Jun 2, 2001
A fast food restaurant (food handler) employee recently volunteered information to our manager that he is HIV positive. As an employer, do we owe a duty to his co-workers or the public to disclose his HIV status or take special steps to protect them from potential exposure?
| Response from Ms. Franzoi
You have a duty to keep this confidential. It would be illegal for you to disclose his status to anyone.
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