According to new survey data, about 28% of U.S. employees say they’ won’t get vaccinations. Nonetheless, the majority of employers say they won’t mandating that workers be vaccinations. Their top concerns are:
- Resistance from employees who refuse to get vaccinated (79%)
- Impact on company morale and culture (67%)
- Legal liability (64%)
- Administrative difficulties (47%)
About a third (33%) of employees believe that companies should make the vaccine mandatory for workers who will be working onsite (versus remotely). Vaccine or no, many employees (45%) say they would agree to a 5% salary reduction if they could work remotely on a permanent basis.