PwC and Russell McVeagh to require workplace vaccination

PwC and Russell McVeagh to require workplace vaccination
Russell McVeagh CEO Jo Avenell said the aim of the policy was to keep workers safe from covid. (Image: supplied)
Michael Andrew
PwC and Russell McVeagh are to restrict their offices to people who have received both doses of the covid-19 vaccine.Both businesses are the first of their kind in New Zealand to introduce such policies, which aim to increase company-wide vaccination rates.In a statement sent to BusinessDesk, PwC said this policy will come into effect on Dec 1 and will apply to workers and visitors to any PwC office.“Our responsibility is to keep all of our people safe. Introducing this policy will enable our people who wish to work from our offices to fe...

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