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As vaccines become available, employers are beginning to roll out incentives to entice workers to receive them.
With all Central government staff being asked to attend office on all working days, social distancing, masks, and hygiene procedures have been made mandatory.
As per a report, there has been a 50% increase in referrals for community nursing, with staff having to work longer shifts and extra days to cope with demand.
The government expects that all adults would have been offered a coronavirus vaccination by the autumn.
89% of employees who menstruate have experienced anxiety or stress while working while on their period.
Under the proposal, laid-off workers could receive government aid for COBRA benefits.
HopeQure aims to promote healthy work culture and support employees through their work-life challenges.
It’s one of the first announcements by an employer of how they are encouraging workers to get vaccinated.
Originally launched in 2016, the HR Daily Advisor’s award-winning ‘HR Works Podcast’ has surpassed 1 million listens with its strong audience of HR professionals.
The rollout of the first COVID-19 vaccines poses some thorny questions for U.S. employers: Can they or should they require employees to get the shots?