While President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for employers with more than 100 employees has been challenged in court, some companies are moving forward with vaccine requirements anyway — here are some businesses that have said their employees should get the shot. needed:
Major banking, tech and media companies requiring all employees to be vaccinated for work from office include American Express, Anthem, BlackRock, Citigroup, Deloitte, Facebook, Goldman Sachs, Google, Lyft, Morgan Stanley, NBCUniversal, Salesforce and Uber. Huh. , NBC News reports,
In the airline industry, United Airlines requires all US employees to receive the jab, Delta Air Lines only requires its new US employees to vaccinate, and American Airlines has pushed back its deadline to January 4, 2022. has been pushed.
Many employers’ mandates are facing legal challenges—a federal judge justified United Airlines’ vaccine mandate for employees, which was implemented before the federal rules were announced.
McDonald’s is is needed All US office workers are to be vaccinated, but restaurant workers are not yet required to get the shot, and CVS Health announced a similar mandate requiring patient-facing and corporate employees to be vaccinated— But did not specify it for retail affiliates.
Microsoft announced This would require proof of vaccination from all employees, and Amtrak has said that all of its personnel must be vaccinated or face weekly testing.
A Gartner survey released Tuesday of 300 businesses showed that 60% of employers plan to go ahead with Biden’s January 4, 2022 deadline anyway, with 10% saying they are a step behind their plans. were withdrawing and 30% hadn’t decided yet, CNN reports,