Thread regarding AT&T layoffs

What do you think.....

will ATT vaccine mandates still remain in place as some say?

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Post ID: @OP+1eNo2Lw5

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"the vast majority of employees will indeed get vaccinated because they don't want to lose their job"

The smart ones have had there approved exemptions for months. In fact, I know vaccinated that have gotten an exemption regardless, not wanting to subject themselves to whatever Faucistein considers fully vaccinated in the future.

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Post ID: @4bpi+1eNo2Lw5

"i'm sure they will still want people vaxxed. Pretty smart to protect the cash. And loss of productivity when people are not at work'

Have you been under a phuckin rock? EVERYONE I know out sick is triple vaxxed. Good grief. When are effin brains going to start working again?

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Post ID: @4qva+1eNo2Lw5

Yes they will keep it, yes it is legal for it to be a requirement for employment if enforced by a company, it would be considered either firing for cause or just quitting which means probably no unemployment no severance.

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Post ID: @3cbq+1eNo2Lw5

He is a smart man if he keeps it in place. I don't want to work with people that are not vaccinated.

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Post ID: @3ped+1eNo2Lw5

too bad the small pod of anti vax whiners here won't admit that at the end of the day, the vast majority of employees will indeed get vaccinated because they don't want to lose their job.

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Post ID: @2wbf+1eNo2Lw5

"Ask glen beck how well natural immunity has worked for him."

Ask woopi goldberg how following all the mandates and being double jabbed worked out.

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Post ID: @2qmr+1eNo2Lw5

I heard through the grapevine that some re-considerations of the policy are being done.
That won't be finalized until about Wednesday.

Unless they get Brandon as an arbitrator, I think that management will lose it grievance in district 3 have to pay 8.04 severance pay for everyone terminated. Costs for that are estimated to be at least $70,000 per person terminated. Twice that for persons with a lot of seniority. So multiply the number of persons to be terminated by that to get an estimate of the total cost.
And in FL there were threats to terminate people and pay the state of FL $50,000 fine. Add that cost it for a policy of bad science and Brandon cronyism.

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Post ID: @2cvx+1eNo2Lw5

Heard there was an experimental vaccine. Govt said everyone should get it. Most people got it. It didnt work so the Govt said you should get the vaccine again. Then, because it still didnt work they blamed it on the people not getting the vaccine. So, the Govt said you should get it a 3rd time. Some variants came about that they said were very contagious. Its not like a cold or the flu is contagious - duh. So the said we need to enforce these mandates and maybe you should get the vaccine a 4th time. Still blaming the people not getting the vaccine. Wake up people. You do not need a vaccine. I now people that the vaccine could ki-l because of heart issues.

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Post ID: @2siv+1eNo2Lw5

As long as there is a risk to the health care payout, i'm sure they will still want people vaxxed. Pretty smart to protect the cash. And loss of productivity when people are not at work.

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Post ID: @1rqa+1eNo2Lw5

I think they will fire a bunch of people and not change their latest policy. This is Stankey's "because I said so" moment.

They upper management still wants to get rid of many employees and this is the perfect opportunity for them to lay off employees who can think for themselves and have personal integrity.

They are always looking for ways of getting rid of those types..

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Post ID: @1ljk+1eNo2Lw5

Ask glen beck how well natural immunity has worked for him.

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Post ID: @1edd+1eNo2Lw5

I hope next time I am in court I can pick and chose what court decisions to follow.

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Post ID: @1wdy+1eNo2Lw5

GE reversed their policies and GE is just about art’s twin

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Post ID: @1fxe+1eNo2Lw5

OF COURSE T will leave the vaccine mandate intact for a couple of reasons. First is to reduce the number of employees which T is still working on without having to pay severance. Secondly, T CEO and president are both in Joe Biden’s back pocket and will do anything to help his cause.

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Post ID: @1spr+1eNo2Lw5

Absolutely the Stink will keep his mandate enforce. He needs more methods of firing US based Employees without paying severance! Leaving more $ for the Stink's bonuses!

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Post ID: @1jgp+1eNo2Lw5

I think T will try to keep the mandate, because, it’s just as much political as it is for health reasons, maybe even more so. Plus it’s a great way to downsize people without paying severance.

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Post ID: @1buj+1eNo2Lw5

One of the simplest acts of courage anyone can do is to not participate in a lie

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Post ID: @1jpw+1eNo2Lw5

Well, since the federal mandate is gone, it would therefore fall under state jurisdictions. Texas has an EO banning any company from forcing a mandate. I would think that would pretty much be the end of it.

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Post ID: @1heo+1eNo2Lw5

I'm just trying to get people to take my anti-vaxx side. Conspiracies and lies aren't helping as much as it should.

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Post ID: @1tpd+1eNo2Lw5

Then customers will need to drop ATT because we cannot afford to have these toxic companies stay in business. First mission is to stop doing subscribing or patronizing these businesses. Only way to make ourselves heard!

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Post ID: @1lnh+1eNo2Lw5

And here we go again:

“ knowing att they will ignore the courts because they are above the law since they are a transnational corporation”.

There was nothing in the Supreme Court decision yesterday mandating that AT&T revise or cancel their current vaccination policy. Nothing. Their decision was in regard
to Biden’s mandate to large companies. In that, he can’t mandate that corporations implement vaccination mandates.

Large companies and corporations are still free to implement their own vaccination mandates, as they were before Biden’s mandate, when T implemented theirs. No change there.

Why can some of you just not fathom what is so simple?

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Post ID: @1ohz+1eNo2Lw5

Protect yourself. Protect your family. Get vaccinated.

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Post ID: @1wtl+1eNo2Lw5

Forget the vax mandate let’s have a pot mandate! Supposedly Pot prevents COVID per report this week! Fire it up Sparky!

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Post ID: @1cyw+1eNo2Lw5

Who knows, personally I don't care, your post has NOTHING to do with what this site is for..... Layoffs

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Post ID: @1bdq+1eNo2Lw5

knowing att they will ignore the courts because they are above the law since they are a transnational corporation.

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Post ID: @1wvv+1eNo2Lw5

Yes, as is every employers prerogative. I don’t see them doing a reversal of their policies. Contrary to what so many here seem to think, yesterdays Supreme Court ruling doesn’t impact T’s vax policy. Just means Biden’s mandate to large companies is null and void.

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