Thread regarding Halliburton Co. layoffs

Vaccine mandate overturned as unconstitutional

Any changes to the Halliburton vaccination policy now that the Supreme Court has confirmed the unconstitutionality of the federal mandate?

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"Anyways BH tried to get US base employees to consent to pay $25, for an "administrative fee,"

Be thankful that the Halliburton attempt to purchase BHI fell through, otherwise, Halliburton's "administrative fee" would be costing each unvaccinated employee, something on the order of $50-$100 per week.

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Post ID: @13vso+1eUI65bt

It seems they are forgoing this but bringing up the laws in states like TX is hilarious…oh boohoo $1500 fine if you enforce vaccines…companies don’t care that’s pennies…tons of companies still mandate it here in TX

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Post ID: @11xlo+1eUI65bt

Baker Hughes employee here - they're still mandating the shot for us or to get an "approved accommodation," with weekly testing for the unvaxx, which is BS. The world already knows that you can still get sick but that should still be our choice if and/or when we are ready to get the shot.

Anyways BH tried to get US base employees to consent to pay $25, for an "administrative fee," and test weekly; Friday they pulled back on deducting the fee from out pay but still going forward with the weekly testing and pushed the "deadline" back to get "vaccinated" or an approved medical/religious accommodation. Yes, the vaccinated get to continue on without getting tested weekly, but let's say BH will be on the spotlight for the news again and receive more displeasing letters from the D.O.L and Attorney General's.

Companies do not like negative attention but they still ask for it, they will not allow employees to speak to the media unless you are, "media approved," but they're speaking for the "company" and not for the employees. We know companies are not good if they lack leadership, do not take care of their employees and treat them with respect. If the suits want to increase product prices, their salary & bonuses and keep the people stagnant, who really help make the company; then let those f-cks continue to make it on their own and hope they don't get their grandparents and offspring to do all the labor for them.

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Post ID: @fnts+1eUI65bt

Not happening. With the new states laws about vaccine mandates in TX and ND it makes it all but impossible.

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Post ID: @6dza+1eUI65bt

Didn't you hear?
Afghanistan is done. And out Ukraine leads are pretty small.
So, yeah, get vax.

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Post ID: @1hjt+1eUI65bt

It's being abandoned. Were only doing it to follow OSHA before the ruling. Not anymore though. They'd lose too many people and are struggling for workers now.

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