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Topic of the Week  Workplace Fairness COVID-19 Statement

For more than two decades, Workplace Fairness has advocated for the rights of workers and their safety on the job. For this reason, the organization encourages employees who do not have medical or religious restrictions to get vaccinated to protect themselves and others in the workplace and beyond.

At the peak of the pandemic, workers were put at risk by employers who resumed near-normal operations without enforcing workplace safety precautions such as social distancing and vaccine or testing requirements. Now, almost two years after it’s onset, workers are eager for proper protection and are advocating for their right to a safe workplace. Given the determination to get back to “normal,” it’s not surprising that we’re seeing a push for widespread vaccination. Since the introduction of the vaccine, only 1 positive case per every 5,000 fully-vaccinated individuals has been reported per week, providing evidence that vaccinated workers may be the only pathway back to working in person without increased risk.

Read the full statement from Workplace Fairness here.

Thought of the Week

"Over 200,000 veterans enter the workforce each year."

–Forbes

Weekly Comic by Jerry King

Weekly Comic by Jerry King

Blog of the Week

Striking Alabama Coal Miners Want Their $1.1 Billion Back

History repeated itself as hundreds of miners spilled out of buses in June and July to leaflet the Manhattan offices of asset manager BlackRock, the largest shareholder in the mining company Warrior Met Coal.

Top Five News Headlines

  1. 4 Common Ways Companies Alienate People with Disabilities
  2. Restaurant Industry Alert: DOL Publishes Final Rule for Tipped Employees
  3. Federal Service Contractors Should Start Preparing Now for New Biden Executive Order 'Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts’
  4. 15 Qualities of Bad Managers
  5. Notice of termination can support discrimination claim

List of the Week

from My Perfect Resume

  • 79% of individuals say that they have experienced or witnessed bullying at work
  • 47% of workers have quit a job due to bullying
  • 66% of women say they have felt regularly undermined or picked on at work

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