Company vaccination incentives without discrimination

One of the most widely discussed topics today is the coronavirus vaccine. Some employers want to promote the public vaccination campaign by granting benefits to those employees who have been vaccinated. This has raised comments that such action may constitute discrimination of those employees who do not want to be vaccinated. In today’s issue of the Rzeczpospolita newspaper, lawyers from our Law Form, Mr. Kajetan Bartosiak and Łukasz Łaguna, explained that the possibility to introduce internal regulations to encourage employees to vaccinate is not excluded. Their opinion was based on the provisions of labour law that define the properties of discrimination and the obligations of employers provided in the Labour Code that result from the need to shape the principles of social coexistence at the workplace.

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2021-01-18T10:50:09+00:00NEWS-EN|0 Comments