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Note: How do you deal with vaccination orders in your company? Maybe you are already vaccinated. Do you feel safe? As if you dodged a bullet? Maybe you are not vaccinated. Do you feel pressured to make a living? These are not an easy choice for most people. Has the Biden administration thought more than a step or two ahead of the implications of this set of rules and penalties that will affect not only health but also mental health and are likely to build dangerous levels of resentment? The mandates could be a recipe for violence in the workplace. And then those who do not choose to be vaccinated will be further demonized. I’ve read comments all over social media saying, “Good! Get them fired! They are idiots! Selfish! They deserve to die.” A slippery slope to sanctioned trouble.
From CNN Business, legendary American brands Coca Cola, Kellogg and Campbell’s Soup asked questions yesterday.
New York (CNN Business) The trading group that represents consumer brands like Coca-Cola (KO), Kellogg (K) and Campbell Soup (CPB) wrote a letter to President Joe Biden on Monday with a list of questions about his new vaccine- Mandate.
In the letter, Geoff Freeman, CEO of the Consumer Brands Association, called for “immediate clarity” on the government’s new Covid-19 action plan.
This plan, unveiled last week, surprised some in the business community as it includes a Department of Labor emergency rule requiring all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure that all of their workforce is vaccinated or regularly tests negative for Covid-19 . Biden officials said companies could face fines of up to $ 14,000 per violation.
The Consumer Brands Association – which represents the $ 2.1 trillion food, beverage and consumer goods industry that employs 2.1 million workers – urged federal agencies “to act quickly, anticipate challenges, and respond promptly to questions “And work with companies to implement the new plan.
“The Consumer Brands Association and our member firms stand ready to work with you to get Americans vaccinated,” Freeman wrote.
The letter to Biden contained a “small selection” of questions that have come up among business leaders, including:
What is the documentation for the vaccination certificate and how do booster vaccinations affect compliance?
Do the requirements only apply to vaccines that are fully FDA approved?
Does the government plan to centralize vaccination tracking?
What are the consequences of falsifying the vaccination status or the test results?
What is considered suitable documentation for a negative test result?
Should employees decide against vaccination, is the company or employee responsible for securing and paying for the tests?
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