Eighty percent of employers are now more hopeful that things are starting to return to normal, a jump from the 43% who believed it in July 2020, according to survey results published Wednesday by the Philadelphia-based Blank Rome LLP.  The National Law Firm received responses from 130 C-suite executives, in-house lawyers and human resources staff for its fourth COVID-19 survey, which compared the data with the results of the first three surveys conducted in March, April and July 2020  Of the results, the survey found that 87% of employers plan to take the COVID-19 vaccine themselves but are reluctant to introduce a mandate for employees to receive them – only 15% plan to, 47% are unsafe
Other issues are trendy include that employers are now more concerned about the pandemic's impact on labor and productivity than on a potential global recession and that restaurants and bars are seen as the most likely industry to have permanent. effects of the pandemic, followed by the aviation and hotel industry.
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