28% of U.S. workers are willing to walk away from their jobs if forced to take the COVID-19 vaccine, according to SHRM research.
The World Health Organization (WHO) labeled the omicron variant a "variant of concern." The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first U.S. case in California on Dec. 1.
In a recent press conference, President Joe Biden called this variant a "cause for concern" but "not a cause for panic." Still, public health experts evaluate where the situation is heading, and HR specialists analyze possible changes in vaccine mandates and work requirements.
So, meanwhile, what can employers do until getting a clear statement?
It's recommendable to:
Check up-to-date information to be released in the next two weeks.
Keep following safety protocols that help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Meet set requirements and mandates regarding vaccines.
Follow prevention strategies on daily basis.
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