How to manage: Six questions employers have about vaccines and the return to work
While bosses and employees have a duty to cooperate to ensure a safe workplace, certain issues around Covid-19 vaccination are loaded with legal risks
Although we’re not yet sure when, at some point in the coming months, the national rollout of Covid vaccinations will become an issue for employers.
As younger age groups become eligible to receive their vaccinations, employers will find themselves facing questions they have never faced before.
What can they expect? Here are the top six queries we’re already getting on this issue from our clients at Peninsula.
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