Major companies might mandate COVID-19 vaccines for some employees, a poll of 150 current and recent CEOs suggests
- In a poll of 150 current and recent CEOs of major companies — including Walmart, Goldman Sachs, and UPS — 72% of respondents said they were open to COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
- “There was a surprising amount of openness to the idea of mandates for vaccines,” Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, founder of the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute, told CNN.
- The leaders were polled at a summit organized by the institute.
- But some attendees said they would wait to make a decision, and that they would assess how the first rounds of vaccinations go.
- Employers could be allowed to mandate vaccinations with certain exemptions, but it’s more likely that companies will strongly encourage employees to get vaccinated, lawyers have previously told Business Insider.
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CEOs of major companies could require at least some employees to take a COVID-19 shot, a poll of business leaders has suggested.
At the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute’s virtual summit on Tuesday, 150 current and recent CEOs of major companies — including leaders from Walmart, Goldman Sachs, and UPS — were …continued .
[Source: Business Insider]