UK companies claim they may have found the perfect solution when it comes to forcing staff to get vaccinated.
Local media reports mentioned how firms are not sorting to contracts that revolve around the idea of ‘no jab, no job.’ And that means all employees must first get vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine. However, lawyers are issuing several warnings, which might prove to be a roadblock in the process.
On the other hand, ministers are pushing forward with a certificate scheme that allows them to reopen both cinemas and clubs in the entertainment sector.
Reports suggested how bosses arising from the care home sector as well as large multinational firms, including huge energy companies might resort to some pretty risky means by forcing the new rule on their staff. Moreover, lawyers warned how enforcing the ‘must be jabbed’ policy would result in serious consequences.
In the same way, the sudden move could also mean that both prospective, as well as fresh employees, would have to be vaccinated if they wished to work at the particular organization.
When it comes to businesses who actually intend to introduce such a scheme, the vaccine minister Nadhim Zahawi mentioned how it was how to firm or organization to make such calls. Moreover, the Government mentioned how it didn’t intend to introduce the much talked about and hyped ‘vaccine passport’.
The idea was called out as wrong as well as discriminatory by the vaccine minister himself and therefore that means the country won’t be seeing that plan come into effect, anytime soon, reported local media outlets.
The recent news comes as some senior ministers urged the nation’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson to come forward and consider possible vaccination certificates. This is so entertainment venues could possibly begin operating as before, allowing businesses to begin generating revenue, after months of great loss.
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