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Steel & Tube to pay staff $75 per jab

Brent Melville
Tue, 14 Sep 2021

CEO Mark Malpass: 'It's in our own interests'. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Tue, 14 Sep 2021
Steel & Tube says it will pay its 800 staff to get fully vaccinated by the middle of November. The incentive, which can be in the form of $150 in cash, KiwiSaver contribution or shares in the company for those getting both jabs, could cost the listed steel products company as much as $120,000 plus tax.Chief executive Mark Malpass said the aim was to create a safer workplace for its team and customers. "We've got an interest in having high vaccine rates so it’s one way we can play our part in helping accelerate the uptake...

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