The number one question on every job seekers mind is "Should I mention my COVID Vax status on my resume?".
Did you ever imagine one day you’d seriously consider whether or not to put your vaccination status on your resume?
That’s like letting your potential employers know you’re a closeted Boston Celtics fan. Or that you like to eat your fries with a fork.
Letting potential employers know that you’re not vaccinated against Covid-19 seems like a recipe for disaster to most conservatives who are fiercely protective of their freedoms, AS WE SHOULD BE!
On the other hand, employers may argue that political mandates that require employees to be vaccinated make the answer obvious. You have to let them know before any interview can take place that you’re as safe as can be against the COVID, the big nineteen, the Big C.
What’s the simple answer to the question?
What’s The Latest Mandate On Employee Vaccinations?
Ever since vaccinations became politicized, it has been polarizing people against one another. President Biden has shown how frustrated he is and made it mandatory for 100 million Americans to be vaccinated.
The mandate applies to businesses with over a hundred workers. Companies with large workforces need to either A) make sure they are all vaccinated, or B) get tested weekly. Employers that don’t follow the rules are going to face fines of $14,000. And that fine applies to a single violation.
Of course, local Arizona businesses a hundred-strong are wary of this mandate. Some big corporations understandably are announcing their own vaccination policies. Whether or not these organizations support the President’s move, employers are likel