[ad_1] The CEO of a Canadian airline is on board with the timeline for the implementation of new mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies in the transportation sector, adding it should help boost confidence in travellers. “It gives a clear path, clear direction,” Flair Airlines CEO Stephen Jones said in an interview on Rosemary Barton Live on Sunday. “It’s just really going to
[ad_1] Washington — Concerned about the effects a potential OSHA mandate for COVID-19 vaccination and testing in the workplace would have on certain businesses, the Republicans on the House Education and Labor Committee are calling on Labor Secretary Marty Walsh to suspend work on that effort. On Sept. 9, President Joe Biden announced that OSHA
[ad_1] As workplaces reopen after COVID-19, many employers in the United Kingdom are considering whether to implement policies requiring employees to be fully vaccinated before returning to the workplace. We explore whether this policy is enforceable and the associated risks. Background The current UK Government rules are that (from 11 November 2021) only those working
[ad_1] Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis will meet with stakeholder groups tomorrow to discuss a possible workplace policy regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for Trinidad and Tobago. The meeting, scheduled to take place on Monday at 3pm, involves representatives of government, umbrella trade unions and business organisations. Representatives of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and
[ad_1] THE Mandaue City Vaccination Operations Center (VOC) will soon implement barangay-based and workplace-based vaccination to ramp up the city’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout. Last week, Ernie Manatad, chairman of the Mandaue City Vaccine Board, told Sunstar Cebu that the slow vaccination turnout in the past few weeks was because they were dealing with residents who
[ad_1] HARTFORD — About 50 people who have opted not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine convened at the State Capitol on Wednesday afternoon to testify at a public hearing about how that decision has affected their ability to work.  The legislature’s Conservative Caucus organized the hearing. State Rep. Mike France, R-Ledyard, chair of the caucus,
[ad_1] Act leader David Seymour was disappointed Speaker Trevor Mallard made the announcement to media first before MPs. Video / Mark Mitchell The parliamentary precinct was abuzz on Wednesday morning with word Speaker Trevor Mallard was looking to restrict some access to Parliament to people who had not had their Covid-19 vaccination. Unlike most workplace