New research shows that when people say they will quit their jobs on the vaccine mandate, very few do.
Almost all employees get vaccinated while giving mandate.
According to research by The Conversation:
We have seen that 16% of employed respondents will leave the job, start looking for another job, or both if their employer issues an order. Those who said they were “vaccine hesitant” – about a quarter of respondents – we saw that 48% would quit their jobs or look for another job.
But while it’s easy to tell a Polstar and you’ll leave your job at no cost, it’s actually another matter depending on when you and your family lose a paycheck.
And based on samples from companies that already have the vaccine mandate, the actual number of people resigning instead of taking the vaccine is much smaller than the survey data.
A small portion of people leave when confronted with a vaccine order.
At Houston Methodist Hospital, 153 of the 25,000 employees were fired or resigned because of the vaccine order. A few more centuries were exempted, and the rest were vaccinated. After the order, the hospital vaccination rate increased from 5% to 98%. At Indiana University Health, 125 of the 35,800 employees have left their jobs.
Republicans are falling into a trap
Many people say they will give up on vaccine orders, but they don’t. Instead, they get vaccinated, which means voters think Republicans think they’re not applying.
The vaccine mandate is not a big deal for almost all workers.
Republicans could probably talk to themselves and isolate the vast majority of voters if they continue to campaign against the vaccine mandate.
It’s a trap being run by Republicans like Ted Cruz who could hurt them in the midterm elections.
Mr. Easy Managing Editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with specialization in the social policy reform movement.
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