High street retailer Next cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

Major British employer cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff who self-isolate

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1/14/2022 5:30:00 AM

Major British employer cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff who self-isolate

Unvaccinated staff who are required to isolate because they have been identified as a close contact of someone with the virus will only receive statutory sick pay unless there are mitigating circumstances.

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Good. Time for the govt to do similar, starting with charging unvaxxed super-spreaders an extra tax to support the NHS that they are disproportionately causing to be overwhelmed. We’re only close to being back to normal because the majority chose to be vaccinated. Btw, haven't Next heard the news, the vaxes are not designed to create immunity for omicron. I had covid in March to May 2020 & 2 vaxes in 2021. I still got omicron. Yes, I did isolate for 10 days. Its the right thing to do, sickness benefit or not. WGM

Another erosion of ppl's rights & benefits based on the vax or non-vaxed argument. What about those who have been vaxed but need to or should self-isolate after testing positive for covid. Does this include those vaxed just twice rather than 3 times?

High street retailer Next cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staffUnvaccinated staff who are required to isolate because they have been identified as a close contact of someone with the virus will only receive statutory sick pay unless there are mitigating circumstances. So despite the fact that the fully vaccinated are more susceptible to catching Covid-19 and are the biggest spreaders. It’s the unvaccinated who are being persecuted by NEXT? boycottnext More scumbags. Worlds went mental Good. Keep the prices down.

Next cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff forced to self-isolateNext acknowledged it was an 'emotive topic' but said it had to balance staff and shareholder needs.

Next joins Ikea in cutting sick pay for unvaccinated workersMorrisons and Ikea have announced similar changed in recent days

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