Posts tagged Mandate
Santa Clara County Exec denies unions’ plea to ease booster mandate
January 28, 2022 // That’s why six unions sent a joint letter this week to Smith and the Board of Supervisors, arguing that the mandate will decimate an already strained workforce and requesting that county leaders allow those with approved vaccine exemptions to stay in their positions.
Hospital officials support N.J. booster mandate. But unions call for continued COVID testing.
January 22, 2022 // But if the objective is to slow or stop spread, she added, testing should be continued, not suspended, and health care workers infected with COVID-19 should not be pushed to return to work after a five-day incubation period without being tested.
The vaccine mandate for Philadelphia city employees keeps getting delayed due to labor disputes
January 21, 2022 // The city’s 3,300 nonunion employees have been subject to a vaccine mandate since December, and the city has seen 99% compliance with the rule, the mayor’s office said. The city’s four major unions each sought separate agreements with the administration over how the vaccine mandate would be managed, delaying its implementation until the labor disputes are resolved.
The Vaccine and Testing Mandate’s Effect on the Labor Market
November 15, 2021 // A new rule from the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires workers in businesses with greater than 100 employees to either be fully vaccinated by January 4, 2022, or show weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test thereafter.
From Boeing to Mercedes, a U.S. worker rebellion swells over vaccine mandates
November 2, 2021 // Opposition to the mandate could potentially lead to thousands of U.S. workers losing their jobs and imperil an already sluggish economic recovery, union leaders, workers and company executives said.
Tensions Rise Between Oklahoma City Leaders, Unions Over Vaccine Mandates
October 31, 2021 // Oklahoma City: Police, fire and even sanitation crews are protesting rules that require employees to be at least partially vaccinated, or go on unpaid leave.