More U.S. companies are considering surcharges for unvaccinated employees

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A company crackdown on unvaccinated workers could be coming, in the form of more mandates and more financial penalties, a new survey suggests. One week after Delta Air Lines DAL, -1.40% announced a $200 monthly surcharge on unvaccinated workers, the Willis Towers Watson survey of 961 companies says 17% of those polled are eyeing that route as well. The human resources consulting firm survey suggests there’s a hardening approach from employers as they try to strike a balance between retaining staff, and also keeping their workforce healthy while the delta variant sends COVID-19 cases surging. At the same time, more cities, including New York City and San Francisco, are setting rules requiring customers at indoor venues such as bars, restaurants and gyms to show proof of vaccination to get inside. “We have reached a point in the pandemic where employers that have worked hard to make it easy for employees to get v
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