The vast majority of employers are not considering requiring their workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 even though federal authorities have said such a mandate is generally legal, management-side law firm Fisher Phillips found in a survey released on Wednesday.
Only 9% of the more than 700 employers surveyed by Fisher Phillips said they were considering mandating vaccines. And while 78% of respondents plan to encourage vaccinations, only about one in five are considering offering incentives such as cash and paid time off because of uncertainty about their legality, the firm found.
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