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Unvaccinated federal employees not granted exemptions to be put on unpaid leave today

Several federal government employee unions have stated that they intend to submit grievances if they believe an employee’s human rights have been violated.

Exemptions and adjustments, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared at the commencement of the policy, would be tough to come by.

Unless an accommodation has previously been granted, employees in the core federal public sector who have not been properly vaccinated against COVID-19 will be placed on unpaid leave today.

More than a thousand people may lose their jobs as a result of the legislation, and they would be unable to get unemployment benefits.

The great majority of federal government employees were completely immunized as of Nov. 3.
A little over 3,000 of the roughly 267,000 employees who announced their status have requested some form of adjustment so they may work without receiving the full set of immunizations.

Several federal government employee unions have stated that they intend to submit grievances if they believe an employee’s human rights have been violated.

Exemptions and adjustments, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared at the commencement of the policy, would be tough to come by.

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