The White House is giving federal contractors more flexibility in how they enforce the vaccine mandate amid fears that the edict could cause companies to drop contracts.
In updated guidance released on Monday morning, the Biden administration said it will be up to the contractors how they wish to deal with workers who refuse to comply with the president’s order to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8.
“A covered contractor should determine the appropriate means of enforcement with respect to its employee at a covered contractor workplace who refuses to be vaccinated and has not been provided, or does not have a pending request for, an accommodation,” the guidance reads. “This may include the covered contractor using its usual processes for enforcement of workplace policies, …
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