Employers desire minimal disruptions to the workforce and they have long considered whether to implement mandatory vaccination policies for their employees. While mandatory immunization policies are legal, some employees do not like them. Employers should give serious consideration to whether the benefits of an immunization policy outweigh the risks. Employment attorney Michelle B. Ferguson and corporate attorney Sarah W. Benedict discuss the pitfalls employers face when implementing immunization policies. Read the full article, Mandatory Immunization Policies are Legal, But Are They A Best Practice?
Michelle B. Ferguson, an employment lawyer at Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe, PC, focuses on “preventative employment law.” Michelle works with private and public employers to be proactive in identifying and solving issues before an employment claim is filed. She also provides training to employers and their employees on all matters of employment law.
Michelle can be reached at (303) 628-3658 or email@example.com.
Sarah W. Benedict is a corporate lawyer at Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe, PC. Sarah represents businesses and individuals in various corporate and transaction issues, advising her clients on the wide variety of legal issues that arise in the operations of their businesses.
Sarah can be reached at (303) 628-3620 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article is intended as general information on the topic covered and is not to be construed as legal advice. If legal advice is needed, you should consult an attorney.