Here are the companies requiring employees to get vaccinated
As vaccinations taper off in the summer, employers are considering different ways to encourage their workforce to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
According to a survey by Arizona State University with the support of the Rockefeller Foundation, nearly two-thirds of US employers plan to require employers to provide proof of vaccination.
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"Employers can generally require employees to be vaccinated," said Carrie Hoffman, partner at Foley & Lardner LLP. "In certain industries, like healthcare or food production, vaccinations may be more likely to be required."
Hoffman explained the loophole that a vaccination card reveals even less personal information than a human resources department would generally keep a particular employee, and therefore is not a violation of personal information.
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However, other companies may try a different approach. About the same proportion of employers in the Arizona state survey intend to use incentives to vaccinate employees, such as: B. financial benefits such as cash bonuses, gift cards and extra paid vacation days for employees who can provide evidence of a COVID-19 vaccination.
Here is a list of the companies that have played a role in the country's vaccination efforts.
Need for vaccinated labor
Boys and girls clubs in the peninsula's San Francisco Bay Area
Delta Airlines requires that new employees be vaccinated
The Michelin-starred New York restaurant Eleven Madison Park
The Broadway production of Hamilton
Houston Methodist Hospital network
Lastique International Corp., a raw plastics dealer and recycler based in Louisville, Kentucky
New York Saks department store
Senior Assisted Living Sunrise Senior Living and Enlivant
Incentives for vaccinations
John Corman, Chief Clinical Officer of Virginia Mason, administers a dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine on January 24, 2021 at the Amazon Meeting Center in downtown Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Grant HINDSLEY / AFP)
The discount grocery chain ALDI offers its hourly employees up to four hours of paid time off for both vaccine doses. Employees will adapt their working hours to the vaccination dates.
New hires in Amazon warehouses can earn a $ 100 bonus on the first day for proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Amtrak offers employees a two-hour wage bonus if they provide proof of vaccination and excused absences for vaccination appointments during work hours.
American Airlines vaccinated employees will receive an additional paid vacation day and $ 50 bonus in 2022.
Juice and dressing maker Bolthouse Farms is offering its employees a $ 500 bonus if they can get vaccinated or show proof of vaccination at any of the company's clinics.
The yogurt and dairy product manufacturer Chobani will allow up to six hours to vaccinate its hourly employees.
Darden Restaurants, the hospitality group behind well-known restaurants like Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse, is offering hourly workers four hours of pay to cover both doses of the vaccine.
The discounter Dollar General offers its hourly workers a one-time grant equivalent to four hours of work to get vaccinated. Employees receive appointments for vaccination appointments.
Grocery Delivery Service Instacart grants a grant of $ 25 to employees in store and independent contractors who have made at least five deliveries per month.
JBS USA and Pilgrim's, the meat processing facility, are offering their employees a $ 100 bonus for receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.
Kroger, the largest supermarket chain in the country, is offering its employees a bonus of $ 100 with proof of vaccination. Key employees and frontline workers will receive $ 100 credit and 1,000 gas stations. Those who cannot get the vaccination for medical or religious reasons will still be eligible for the $ 100 as long as they complete a training course.
The supermarket chain Lidl in the mid-Atlantic and south-east is offering its employees a bonus of $ 200 for receiving the COVID-19 vaccination and the flexibility to schedule vaccination appointments.
Employees at McDonald's corporate headquarters and the fast-food giant's restaurants are given up to four hours of paid time off to get vaccinated.
Southeastern grocer Publix gives employees $ 125 gift certificates when they show proof of vaccination.
Starbucks employees are given up to four hours of paid time for vaccination dosing appointments.
The goal is to provide hourly employees with up to four hours of paid time off per vaccine dose and to reimburse up to $ 30 round-trip for using a Lyft to their vaccination appointments.
Trader Joe's grants employees an additional two hours of wages for every dose they receive and the freedom to adjust their schedules to match vaccination dates.
Small businesses generally do not have the resources to fund expensive company-wide vaccination clinics or to spend vaccination rewards. As an incentive, the IRS is offering a refundable tax credit to corporations and nonprofits with fewer than 500 employees to offset the time employees spend on getting or recovering from vaccinations and reimbursement of paid sick and family leave for employees due to COVID-19 need.
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