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The New Workplace – Vaccination & testing

Global
23.11.21
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Employers are legally obliged to organise the return to the office in the safest possible way and so many employers are asking whether they can compel or incentivise their employees to be vaccinated.

But if they do that, could it be regarded as discriminatory against those who don’t wish to be vaccinated based on, for example, their religion, a disability, or a health condition? And if someone isn’t vaccinated, can you refuse them entry to the workplace, for the safety of others? We take a look at these and many other pressing questions below.

Vaccination & testing survey

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Yvonne Frederiksen is a partner at Norrbom Vinding and Chair of the Ius Laboris Expert Group on Discrimination.

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  •  - Data Privacy
  • Discrimination
  •  - Employment Rights
  •  - Health & Safety
  •  - Immigration & Global Mobility
  •  - Pay & Benefits
  •  - Pensions
  •  - Restructuring & Labour Relations

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Philip Nabben, a partner at Bronsgeest Deur and a Certified Data Protection Officer, specialises in employment and data privacy law.

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  •  - Data Privacy
  •  - Discrimination
  • Employment Rights
  •  - Health & Safety
  •  - Immigration & Global Mobility
  •  - Pay & Benefits
  •  - Restructuring & Labour Relations