OPPOSED TO VAX ON RELIGIOUS GROUNDS? PREP TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS

Unions are going to be hit with a wave of members asking for them to defend the member’s resistance to mandatory vaccinations based on religious grounds. Even if they push the member off into the EEO process to avoid the heavy cost of arbitrating each case individually, they can help the member by ensuring that s/he is ready to answer the questions that employers are getting ready to test the validity of their religious objection.  The folks behind the blog ”Employment and Labor Insider,” which is aimed at getting employers ready to deal with employee and union problems, put together a post entitled, “Vaccination Accommodation: Is That Religious Request Sincere?”  It outlines the steps and questions the typical employer is going to demand the employee answer before it grants a religious objection. Check it out and walk the employee through them before s/he gets deeply into the dispute.

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