COVID-19 workforce vaccination policies are a trending and topical issue confronting employers worldwide as vaccines become approved and government and health organizations plan for vaccination programs in most jurisdictions. Baker McKenzie has been developing strategic solutions for clients to devise a compliant, risk-mitigating global COVID-19 vaccination program to protect their workforces and promote business continuity. Check out the videos below covering North America, the UK, Europe and Gulf region, and the Asia Pacific region.
An increasing number of jurisdictions around the globe are publishing guidelines and legislation governing the legal and practical aspects of workplace vaccination programs. As such, we are advising employers on the permissibility of vaccine mandates in particular areas, best practices relating to the ability to require proof of vaccination (including data privacy considerations), how to treat employees who refuse vaccines, and much more.
Baker McKenzie is pleased to present our global video programs providing quick, practical tips on today’s most pressing labor and employment issues for employers, in particular relating to COVID-19 and workplace vaccination policies.
Receiving the highest engagement in our video chat series, in this clip on the topic of best practices for tracking proof of employee vaccinations, Baker McKenzie’s Labor and Employment and Data Privacy and Security lawyers discuss collecting and storing employee vaccination records and tracking proof of employee vaccination status.
COVID-19 vaccinations have been administered in the US for several months now. Employers are considering their available options in order to push employees to get vaccinated as quickly as possible, especially considering recent concerns around the variants of the virus. In our Mandatory vaccinations in the workplace 2.0: spring 2021 update video, our Labor and Employment lawyers continue to explore trending mandatory workforce vaccination questions.
Vaccine passports: the ticket to our new normal?
Our Labor and Employment, Global Immigration and Mobility, and Data Privacy lawyers discuss vaccine passports — what they are, how countries are already using them domestically and for international travelers, data privacy concerns related to the use of digital health documentation, and what employers should keep top-of-mind as vaccine passports become more common.
For additional information on vaccinating your US workforce and key contacts, please view our vaccine brochure.
As COVID-19 vaccines become more readily available across Canada, employers have questions about how this changes the return to the workplace. In this quick chat video, our Labour and Employment lawyers discuss the vaccine policies and procedures being adopted by companies operating in Canada, as well as the legal and practical considerations to address.
As vaccines become more readily available in Mexico through the national vaccination policy, employers have lots of questions about how this changes the return to the workplace. In this video, our Labor and Employment lawyers discuss the vaccine policies and procedures being adopted by Mexican employers, as well as the legal and practical considerations to address.
For additional information on vaccinating your Latin American workforce and key contacts, please view our vaccine brochure.
The UK, Europe and Gulf Region
During our 25-minute on-demand webinar in partnership with the WBCSD, Baker and McKenzie’s Labor and Employment subject matter experts from the UK, Italy and the UAE highlight key considerations for employers when it comes to vaccines and the workforce.
For additional information on vaccinating your UK workforce and key contacts, please view our vaccine brochure.
For additional information on vaccinating your EMEA workforce and key contacts, please view our vaccine brochure.
Our 75-minute on-demand webinar highlights the vaccination rollout across APAC region jurisdictions including Australia, Hong Kong, PRC, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.