The Workday invites CA employees to enter their vaccination status. Class action anyone?
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Carly F's degree was in medieval studies. Appropriate!
Why? The HP ELT went to the different MBA school?
"WFR @ 35% on November 1 followed by $50bIn in stock repurchase. To the Moon, baby!"
I think you got that wrong. HPE is doing a stock repurchase not HPQ.
WFR @ 35% on November 1 followed by $50bIn in stock repurchase. To the Moon, baby!
Reading these posts, I can't believe how good we had it up until 1999.
In the full of rainbows and smiley BAME-BIPOCs Q3 meeting, none of the vaccine mandate questions was answered.
Your MA in Post colonial Egyptian proto feminist poetry was still worth it: you made it to the HP Diversity and Inclusion team.
Well you cherry picked what you wanted out of that study..........didn't you? Here is the article for educated people to read
“It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated. People with a master’s degree had the least hesitancy, and the highest hesitancy was among those holding a PhD.”
A new report by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh has found that the most highly educated Americans are also the most vaccine hesitant.
The Workday pull down menu contains Political and Philosophical among the reasons for refusal. This is worldwide and is not applicable in the US. If you are stateside the ELT denies you the most rudimentary intellectual faculty.
Most of our team has been vaccinated. You won't find too many "Q" people at HP. We base our whole careers on science and not conspiracy theories. The CW's are a different story. Heard of a few that will not be returning.
Now it is official. 40% WFR would be a spectacular virtue signaling success.
They can sue your stupidity.
Whom will my estate be able to sue if I succumb to Enrique's virtue signalling, get a vaccine and die?
The FDA did approve them for emergency use and the companies can be still found to be liable if they knowingly had fatalities in their trials from the vaccine. I wish you types of people would quit spreading lies.
Except the FDA has not approved these brews and nobody can be held liable if you hit the bucket.
Think of vaccination as part of dr-g screening which happens at all companies. No class action suits because a company requires its employees to undergo dr-g tests.
Sure, you go first.