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Mandates (vaccine) and the Automotive Dealership Industry

jscole86

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i'm not privvy to the sentiment in our shops right now, but this is going to be a reality for any company with more than 100 employees in CA. But in our meetings i havent heard anyone bring up that it would be a major problem, but we shall see.
You are naive if you think this mandate ends with companies that only employ over 100 people. (2 weeks to flatten, eh?). If it somehow remains upheld, soon it will drop to 50 employees, then 25 employees, then 10, and so on.

I can't find it, but I remember reading where 1 state passed a law that, should an employer mandate the jab, and an adverse event occurs, the employer would be liable for damages.
 
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You are naive if you think this mandate ends with companies that only employ over 100 people. (2 weeks to flatten, eh?). If it somehow remains upheld, soon it will drop to 50 employees, then 25 employees, then 10, and so on.

I can't find it, but I remember reading where 1 state passed a law that, should an employer mandate the jab, and an adverse event occurs, the employer would be liable for damages.
Like I said earlier, and no one seemed to notice, think, or care...but they'll soon consider places with over 100 customer interactions as part of this.
 
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You are naive if you think this mandate ends with companies that only employ over 100 people. (2 weeks to flatten, eh?). If it somehow remains upheld, soon it will drop to 50 employees, then 25 employees, then 10, and so on.

I can't find it, but I remember reading where 1 state passed a law that, should an employer mandate the jab, and an adverse event occurs, the employer would be liable for damages.
not sure your point in calling me naive. i didnt say anything about it ending at 100 people. i'm just saying its coming and we are preparing for it.
 

jscole86

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not sure your point in calling me naive. i didnt say anything about it ending at 100 people. i'm just saying its coming and we are preparing for it.
Sorry man, the way I phrased it wasn’t the best. It wasn’t directed at you. Just meant a general “you” meaning the dealer population.
 
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This keep hitting my inbox. Relevant.

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