Offices will open after Corona: will companies allow only vaccinated employees to office; Will the selected employees be allowed to come to office only after getting vaccinated
- According to a survey, only 33% of companies want compulsory vaccination to return to office.
- Professional services firm Aon has conducted this survey among about 22 companies.
- Most companies want to know the opinion of the employees before opening the office.
According to this survey, only 33 percent companies are making vaccination mandatory for employees to return to office. 60 per cent of the companies surveyed said that they would like to know the opinion of their employees before taking a decision on this. 74 percent of the companies said that they would consider the government data of Corona.
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Rupak Choudhary, Chief Commercial Officer and Partner, Aon India, said, “It is a good thing that a large number of companies would like to know the views of the employees before making plans to reopen the offices.” More than 200 companies were included in this survey, most of which have employees in India. These include 158 such companies, whose global revenue is at least $ 500 million to $ 20 billion.
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HCL Technologies, Tata Steel, Deloitte, Publicis Sapient and Titan Industries are among companies that believe that vaccination of employees is a priority but not mandatory.
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