A new survey finds most of us go to work sick
A new survey claims employers don't do enough to keep sick employees at home. And your keyboard is probably nasty.
In its 3rd annual Flu Season Survey, Staples finds 80% of workers go to work when they're sick.
"If somebody comes to work sick and they're contagious, they're only going to make more people sick."
KTRH medical expert Dr. Joe Galati says we need to stay home.
"It's probably more cost efficient to let somebody stay home for a couple of days, recuperate and come back at a point where they're not infectious."
But instead too many of us come to work and type on shared keyboards, loading them up with germs that get passed around.