(Reuters) – Alphabet Inc.'s Google told its employees they would lose their salaries and eventually be fired if they did not follow its covid-19 vaccination rules, CNBC reported on Tuesday, citing internal documents .
A memo circulated. Google's management said employees had until Dec. 3 to declare their vaccination status and upload documentation showing evidence, or to apply for medical or religious exemptions, according to the report.
After that date, Google said they would begin contact employees who had not uploaded their status or were unvaccinated and those whose requests for exemptions were not approved, CNBC reported.
Employees who have not complied with vaccination rules by January 1
When contacted by Reuters, Google did not directly comment on the CNBC report, but said, "we are determined to do everything possible to help our employees who may be vaccinated do so, and stand by our vaccination policy. "
Earlier this month, Google delayed its return plan on obesity tamed time due to fears of omicron variants and some resistance from their employees to vaccinations commissioned by companies. Previously, staff were expected to return to the office approximately three days a week from January 10.