Elections Indicate a Changing Political Landscape; Corporate COVID Vaccine Mandate Could Cause Workforce Disruptions
By Neil A. Carousso
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — The gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia surprised pollsters and political pundits and indicate a shift ahead of next year’s consequential midterms.
The 880 Weekly Rewind examines those close races. Plus, Lynda Lopez interviews New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams and presses him on his campaign promise to mandate school kids be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Neil A. Carousso talks to David Lewis, human resources expert and CEO of OperationsInc – an HR consulting firm based in Norwalk, CT – about the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate for private sector employees. Lewis is warning his clients about potential workforce disruptions if they rush to implement the mandate, which is set to take effect on January 4. He explains there will likely be legal challenges that delay the mandate’s start date.
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