Google Threatens Employees With Losing Pay And Getting Fired Unless They Follow Covid Vaccination Rules

Google Threatens Employees With Losing Pay And Getting Fired Unless They Follow Covid Vaccination Rules
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The covid vaccines have been making waves all over the world with a lot of people refusing to get them due to potential side effects.

Authorities have started to implement drastic measures against the unvaccinated and this subject triggered massive controversies all over the world. 

Google takes drastic measures against unvaccinated employees 

Now, it’s been revealed by CNBC that Google told its employees that they will lose pay and will eventually be fired.

This would happen if they don’t comply with the company’s Covid-19 vaccination policy, according to internal documents viewed by CNBC.

Source: bbc.com

The article posted by the website mentioned above notes that a memo circulated by leadership said employees “had until Dec. 3 to declare their vaccination status and upload documentation showing proof, or to apply for a medical or religious exemption.”

It’s been also revealed the following:

“After that date it would start contacting employees who hadn’t uploaded their status or were unvaccinated, as well as those whose exemption requests weren’t approved.”

The very same document said employees who haven’t complied with the vaccination rules by the Jan. 18 deadline will be placed on “paid administrative leave” for 30 days.

More than that, it’s been revealed that after that, the company will put them on “unpaid personal leave” for up to six months, followed by termination.

Google asked more than 150k employees to upload their vaccination status in the company’s internal servers.

“We expect that almost all roles at Google in the US will fall within the scope of the executive order,” Google’s memo said.

The company continued and said: 

“Anyone entering a Google building must be fully vaccinated or have an approved accommodation that allows them to work or come onsite.”

The same memo continued adding that “frequent testing is not a valid alternative to vaccination.”

Check out more details in the notes from the original article. 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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