The dangers of COVID-19 continue to hamper workforces' efficiency. Understandably, employers may want to hasten their employees' vaccination by imposing a mandatory vaccination programme to recoup losses caused by the pandemic. However, a new law and recent regulatory publications state, in no uncertain terms, that the absence of COVID-19 vaccination will not prejudice employees.
In an effort to eradicate COVID-19, vaccines have been developed at a rapid pace. Employers are now contemplating imposing workplace-wide vaccination programmes in order to bring back available workforces and increase operational efficiency. Is this legally permissible?