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150 employees FIRED for REFUSING FLU VACCINATION!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 28170048:MV8yMDY4MDA1XzM0Nzk2NzA3X0FEODVFN0Ez] [quote:Asafar Punjabi Mohmat 16674316:MV8yMDY4MDA1XzM0Nzk2NjUxXzM4NTNEQ0U0] They should be fired. They are health care workers and as such can not be in a position where they can pass illnesses on to the public. You can have the virus and be expelling in all over the place for a day or two before you finally realize that you are sick. A health care industry that treats a lot of people who are sick already can not afford to have their employees killing off the already weak patients. The patients who contracted the illness from the health care workers can sue the health care company. Legal decisions have proven that the person or company that is responsible for spreading an illness can be sued for damages. Case in point: If you are the parent of a child and you refuse to get that child immunized against Measles, Mumps and Rubella and lie and claim that you did; and your child comes down with measles and spreads it to his or her kindergarten class and four kids who were also un-immunized come down with measles (Yes, lot of parents lie about it and fake documentation), you can be sued it the other kids die or have complications such as meningitis from the virus. In the United States the death rate for measles is one out of every thousand. The death rate in a backward country like Nigeria is 28 percent. Measles does kill. [/quote] Yeah Right! Since when does an organization do anything that isn't in its own best interest? 2 Things, yes you MAY be preventing caregiver to patient transmission, but more importantly to the financial operations is your employees will be back on the job sooner so less overtime! That is probably the true rationale. If they really cared about the patients they'd insure a higher nurse to patient ratio. [/quote]
Health freedom is under attack in Ohio, where a major Cincinnati-based healthcare conglomerate is forcing all of its 10,800 employees to take a "free" flu shot or else face termination. According to WLWT News 5 in Cincinnati, the 150 objectors who have thus far refused the shot have until December 3 to either comply with the company's demands, provide a valid reason why they cannot take the vaccine, or else get fired.
The non-profit group TriHealth reportedly sent out letters to all of its employees several months ago notifying them that vaccination for the flu was mandatory this year, and that all healthcare workers would have to get jabbed by November 16 in order to be in compliance with company policy. And on November 27, WLWT reported that 150 TriHealth employees had refused the shot, and that they were being immediately terminated from their positions.
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