Citigroup has previously stated that its workers will be subject to a "no-jab, no job" policy. The deadline is the 14th of January. If any firm employee does not receive the vaccination by January 14, he will be dismissed. This is the first bank on American Wall Street to establish such a policy about the Corona vaccination.
The financial system is currently grappling with trouble. In such a situation, these companies are trying hard to bring the business back on track. These companies must come to the employee's office. In such a situation, all the safety standards are being kept in mind. Like Citigroup, companies like Google, United Airlines have also implemented the "no-jab, no job" policy. Citigroup announced in October 2021 that the corona vaccine is necessary for American employees of this company.
According to the Biden administration, if a firm employs more than 100 people, each stock must be vaccinated. The Biden administration's move has been met with opposition from Republican states and numerous businesses. On Friday, the case was heard by the United States Supreme Court.
Sara Wechter, the company's principal human resource manager, said that - the US President Joe Biden administration has made it explicit that all federal contractors must obtain the corona vaccination. Citibank is a large government customer, thus all of our workers are obliged to be vaccinated. We are completely adhering to the administration's guidelines.
Earlier, Bloomberg had said in its report that Citigroup is implementing this policy from January 14. If an employee is found doing this, then the unpaid leave will start from January 14 and his last working day will be on January 31. According to reports, more than 90% of the group's employees have been vaccinated against Corona. This figure is increasing gradually. The report also said that if an employee is not taking the vaccine on religious grounds, medical grounds or for any other reason, then such cases will be looked into individually.