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There have been rumors regarding the possibility that an employee in one of our facilities could be HIV positive. The employee has made a complaint against a specific co-worker who was discussing the possibility of HIV given the employee's sexual history. The co-worker is being dealth with.
Management is confident that the employee is HIV negative and wants to make a statement either at a meeting or with other employees individually stating that the employee is question is HIV negative. They have received permission from the employee to disclose HIV status.
I understand the desire to stop the rumors and reassure other employees, but I am uncomfortable with the idea of management discussing the medical status of a specific employee, even with persmission, with other employees. Any suggestions?