Employees afraid of contracting COVID-19 can refuse to work

2022/06/26 17:22:00

With the COVID-19 mask mandate lifted, some may be a bit hesitant to return to work but these employees are still protected.

Employees afraid of contracting COVID-19 can refuse to work With the COVID-19 mask mandate lifted, some may be a bit hesitant to return to work but these employees are still protected.

With the COVID-19 mask mandate lifted, some may be a bit hesitant to return to work but these employees are still protected.

by.Subscribers can listen to this article Vector colorful concept illustration of a team of scientists working on coronavirus vaccine in the laboratory."So far, I have no symptoms but I will continue to self-isolate and serve the people of Somalia from home," he said on Twitter.by.

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Ah yes all we need in SA with already the most ridiculous labour regime and anti employment legislation - another reason to not be productive. What a load of donkey bollocks.

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