What new EEOC vaccine incentive guidance means for HR leaders

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Employers can officially offer their workers incentives for getting vaccinated against COVID-19, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Friday, guidance that will likely spur more companies to turn to rewards to boost vaccination rates.

Jessica Summers

Many companies have already been offering enticements for their workers to receive the vaccine, such as paid time off, cash and gift cards. But others were reluctant to do so because of legal uncertainties, with many company and HR leaders concerned that incentives may put them at risk of violating state and federal statutes. The new EEOC guidance “resolves a lot of guessing,” says

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