Mandatory vaccination | CEO puts unvaccinated employees on forced unpaid leave, will others follow?

CEO puts unvaccinated employees on forced unpaid leave, will others follow?

Vaccine mandates have been a controversial subject throughout the coronavirus pandemic. However, with some leaders now taking hard-line approaches to staff who refuse to get vaccinated, the debate is once again in the public eye. The CEO of United Airlines confirmed recently that staff who were not vaccinated would be subject to unpaid leave, in a move that has caused controversy. Will others follow his lead? Read on to find out.

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