Tory Summey was quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal on considerations for banks as they work through COVID-19 vaccination policies for their employees.
Tory explained that the decision framework tends to vary by industry. While companies can institute mandatory vaccination policies, most are choosing not to considering the administrative burden of accommodating disabilities, other health issues, or religious beliefs.
"Folks are hopeful that, if they use the right kinds of incentives and if they are really persuasive to their employees, they can still get high levels of compliance by using a voluntary policy," Tory said.
Subscribers can read the full article here: Charlotte's largest banks sticking to voluntary Covid vaccines, more education for employees.
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