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December 15, 2021 Hard punch against employees who do not undergo the anti-Covid vaccination.

Google has announced that at first it will not pay and then lay off workers if they do not follow the Covid-19 vaccination rules.

This was reported by Cnbc citing internal documents of the Mountain View company in California.



According to Cnbc, Google employees have had until December 3 to declare their vaccination status and upload the documentation that proves it, or to request a medical or religious exemption. After that date - Cnbc reports - Google said it would start contacting those employees who had not uploaded their status or were not vaccinated and those whose exemption requests had not been approved. Employees who fail to comply with vaccination rules by January 18 will be placed on "paid administrative leave" for 30 days, CNBC reported, followed by "unpaid personal leave" for up to six months and then dismissal. Google explained to be "committed to doing everything possible to help our employees who can be vaccinated to do so and to strongly support our vaccination policy. "In early December, the company indefinitely postponed the return-to-work plan for fears of the Omicron variant and some of its employees' resistance to the company's mandatory vaccinations From January 10, employees were expected to return to the office for about three days a week.the company has indefinitely postponed the plan to return to work in presence due to fears of the Omicron variant and due to some resistance of its employees to the company's mandatory vaccinations. From January 10, the employees were expected to return to the office for about three days a week.the company has indefinitely postponed the plan to return to work in presence due to fears of the Omicron variant and due to some resistance of its employees to the company's mandatory vaccinations. From January 10, the employees were expected to return to the office for about three days a week.

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