Haleon draws attention to unpaid sick days and lost wages in Theraflu campaign
With public health officials gearing up for a tough flu season, so is GSK consumer spinoff Haleon and its flu brand Theraflu by offering a helping hand to workers who don’t get sick leave.
Now in its second year, “The Right to Rest and Recover” campaign is spreading the word, especially about the inequities around unpaid sick time for Black and Latina mothers. Its research shows those women are putting in twice the work caring for older and younger generations, but often have less access to paid sick leave. One in three Black and Latina women can’t earn sick days in the US, according to Haleon.
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