By the end of this week, the Biden administration is expected to publish its mandate requiring private businesses to ensure each of their employees has received a COVID-19 vaccination.
As CBN News reported Monday, the Labor Department has now invented a vaccine rule that applies to businesses with 100 or more employees. It’s estimated to cover about two-thirds of the private sector workforce.
But what about the Americans who refuse to get vaccinated? Can they be fired? Some legal experts say the answer is “yes.”
Could they draw unemployment if they were fired for refusing the vaccine? It depends on the state where they live.
According to USA Today, legal experts say employees who violate company policy by refusing to get vaccinated can be terminated for misconduct, which usually disqualifies an employee from unemployment benefits.
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