United Airlines announced this week that it will place employees who were granted exemption from the company’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for religious reasons on unpaid administrative leave.
What are the details?
In a staff note issued Wednesday, the airline told employees who interact with customers on a regular basis — including pilots, flight attendants, gate agents, and airport customer service agents — that they will be allowed to return to work “once the pandemic meaningfully recedes,” CNBC reported.
United reportedly did not provide a specific time frame for when customer-facing employees can expect to return to work, leaving them to wonder about their long-term employment status.https://www.theblaze.com/news/united-airlines-vaccine-mandate-unpaid-leave
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