Complying With Recent Mandates

The Harvard Business Review recently published an article explaining how employers can protect their teams through the pandemic. The report outlines how companies can fulfill their obligations to all stakeholders while ensuring that organizations are able to thrive in a challenging environment. The article maintains that if business leaders continue to “be creative, flexible, and adaptive, they can contain the threat.”

Further, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission updated their guidelines relating to the workplace vaccine requirements in May, 2021. The guidance states: “Federal EEO laws do not prevent an employer from requiring all employees physically entering the workplace to be vaccinated for COVID-19, so long as employers comply with the reasonable accommodation provisions of the ADA and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other EEO considerations.”

Digital vaccine verification delivers the type of creative solution as suggested in the Harvard Business Review article. It ensures compliance, safety, and peace of mind. Innovations like digital vaccine verification will ensure that employers protect workers from exposure to the Delta variant threat and other new and existing forms of the virus. This protection keeps teams safe and healthy, limits absenteeism, and fosters productivity and growth.

Wellness Coaches now offers Digital Vaccine Verification and Testing.

The program provides reassurance to employees who may be hesitant about returning to the workplace. As leaders in COVID-19 workplace solutions, Wellness Coaches can implement digital vaccine verification and at-home test kits to guarantee peace of mind, is HIPAA compliant, and cost effective. The turnkey service includes:

  • Test Kits
  • Collection of proof of vaccines
  • Verification of the documentation
  • Reporting status of all individuals on roster provided by organization

The information is held in secure, privacy-protected software and individual status is then reported back in strict adherence to HIPAA and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission guidelines.

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