At least 600 Google employees signed a manifesto opposing the company’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
- Google imposed a vaccine mandate for its more than 150,000 U.S. employees—whether in-office or remote—in response the Biden administration’s order to companies with more than 100 employees to require workers to be fully vaccinated by Jan 4, 2022, CNBC reported Tuesday.
- Hundreds of Google employees signed and circulated the manifesto asking company executives to withdraw the vaccine mandate and create a new one that is “inclusive of all Googlers.”
- The manifesto also called on employees to “oppose the mandate as a matter of principle.”
- Google is requiring its employees to be vaccinated against coronavirus by Dec 3.