Published: February 9th
The following report is courtesy of CGCC member Littler. This resource does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice.
The COVID-19 vaccine breakthroughs in late 2020 brought hope that the pandemic’s end could be in sight, but a return to normalcy will require widespread inoculation, raising an urgent question: Should employers mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for their workers?
Littler’s latest survey of more than 1,800 in-house counsel, HR professionals and C-suite executives finds most employers are unlikely to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for a variety of reasons, with their top concerns centered around company culture and employee relations issues. Instead, most are focused on efforts to encourage vaccination, as well as on continuing remote work and maintaining safety protocols in the workplace, even when vaccines become more widely available.
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