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Firms are cutting sick pay for the unvaccinated – what does employment law say?

By Lisa Rodgers, Associate professor, labour law, University of Leicester
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A person’s COVID-19 vaccination status is increasingly determining which events they can attend, where they can travel and where they can work. Vaccines influence the jobs that people can do (some companies require a vaccine to work), as well as when workers are required to take sick leave and the support that they receive during that time.

The discrepancies in self-isolation rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated contacts of positive COVID tests have also also affected employers. Companies potentially have…The Conversation

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