IKEA close to its unvaccinated employees. Since this week, the Swedish giant of furniture and decoration will cut in the United Kingdom the loan benefit for non-vaccinated personnel that is forced to isolate after a close contact with a positive with Covid, although the reduction will also be applied in Some cases to those who give positive, reports the BBC.
With around 10,000 employees in the United Kingdom, IKEA has secured in a statement: "Companies completely vaccinated or those who are not vaccinated due to mitigating circumstances that, for example, could include pregnancy or other medical reasons, will receive full payment."
"The unvaccinated partners without dimming circumstances that give positive by Covid will receive the full payment for the company's illness in accordance with our Low Policy," continues, "those not vaccinated without diminish circumstances that have been identified as close contacts of a case Positive will receive the legal minimum payment for illness. "Updated Date: 11 January 2022, 05:10