Will you require employees to be vaccinated? Learn the legal implications of vaccination requirements
The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have received approval and are now being administered to Phase 1a recipients: health care personnel and long-term care facility residents. On December 20, the CDC released recommendations regarding the roll out of the vaccine to the next groups. Finance industry employees are considered “other essential workers” and categorized in Phase 1c.
Some financial institutions are considering requiring employees to be vaccinated to keep their colleagues and clients/members safe. You need to understand the cutting-edge legal issues involved in making these decisions to protect employees’ health while upholding their rights.
- Can you legally make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for employees?
- What are the legal implications of vaccination requirements for
- Are exceptions based on medical conditions or religious practices necessary?
- Would you be liable if an employee has an adverse reaction to the vaccine?
- If you do not mandate the vaccine, could OSHA allege you failed to provide a safe workplace under the general duty clause?
- Will states mandate that employers require COVID-19 vaccinations?
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