Are vaccination policies at work discriminatory?

Employers have a duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and others so, can employers force their workers to get the vaccine? If so, a ‘Vaccination Policy’ requiring staff to get  vaccinated to protect the wider workforce seems a logical step to take – but it is not as simple as that.

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