01 June 2021
Employers have been anxiously waiting for the EEOC to publish its guidance for employers on incentives offered to employees in exchange for getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Late last week, the EEOC finally released that guidance. The issue is whether the incentive renders the vaccine coerced and therefore non-voluntary, which would be unlawful under the ADA and GINA.
What did the EEOC say:
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