Most companies of course allow very rare religious and health exemptions. But the excuse “I read something scary on Facebook” no longer applies.
“You have to be vaccinated if you want to come to work,” he told me. “Some organizations are trying to go one step further before that. They say that if you choose not to get the vaccine then you will need to be tested several times a week on your own. And you will need to wear a mask at the place of. work and not just any mask, but this N95 surgical mask. I mean, at the end of the day we’re going to make it a little uncomfortable for you because you make it uncomfortable and the workplace less comfortable for you. your colleagues.”
MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle did not mandate the vaccine but pleaded with workers to get the vaccine, acknowledging that the unvaccinated would hurt business.
“In addition to the heart-wrenching thought of more illness and death, I fear progressively more restrictive measures, including a return to social distancing and capacity restrictions, may be around the corner if we continue on this. way, “Hornbuckle wrote in a letter to employees.
That’s the point of view of Union Square Hospitality CEO Danny Meyer. He told CNBC on Thursday that you can no longer have full restaurants without a warrant for employees and customers to get vaccinated.
It gives workers 45 days to get vaccinated.
“These strains – there’s no reason they couldn’t keep coming, and one more potent than the next one. We don’t know, but it’s certainly a plausible result. increase, we can nonetheless resume our economic activity, “Powell said Wednesday.
Correction: A previous version of this story misinterpreted the title of Bill Hornbuckle. He is the CEO of MGM Resorts.