Workers in ‘high risk’ settings can decide to get a booster. Definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ doesn’t change. All eligible adults can ‘mix and match’ COVID-19 vaccines.
Employers requiring COVID-19 vaccines are seeing compliance above 90% and exemption requests under 5%.
Employers should promote flu shots even as they continue to encourage and require COVID-19 vaccination.
Depression, burnout and other challenges cost employers billions. Our takeaways from the SHRM Foundation’s Workplace Mental Health & Wellness Summit.
OSHA’s longest-serving leader says employers should prepare to show documentation on vaccines, testing and time off.
The decision does not require boosters in order to be “fully vaccinated.” We have more on what this means for employers.
People of color have been the hardest hit by the pandemic. Make sure they are not disproportionately impacted by workplace vaccine policies, too.
Many more employers are expected to require COVID-19 vaccinations following yesterday's announcement. Our resources can help you boost vaccine confidence & strengthen your policy.
As schools reopen across the country, just 36% of eligible adolescents ages 12 and older are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Immunocompromised workers should be encouraged to speak with their doctor about whether a third dose or other precautions are right for them.