The COVID-19 vaccines are finally readily available, and infection and death rates are on the decline.
But despite the good news, it’s not all rosy: Vaccination rates are waning, and many Americans are still reluctant to get the shot. Health officials warn that without more buy-in, herd immunity won’t happen and COVID-19 infection will continue to linger. Since the beginning of the vaccine rollout, employers have been viewed as vital in helping to encourage employees to get vaccinated. Now, perhaps, their role is more important than ever.
“Anything employers can do to encourage their staff to get the vaccine—or at least consider