Only 56 Percent of U.S. Employees Plan to Get Vaccinated
Those expressing the highest willingness are in higher education
Vaccine incentives may boost workers' willingness to get vaccinated, but employers say they need need clarity over how incentives such as cash awards may interact with anti-discrimination laws.
Morning Consult's findings closely mirror a January poll from analytics firm Perceptyx, which found that 53 percent of 1,000 U.S. workers would "likely" consent to a vaccination if one became available.
The Perceptyx poll indicated employer incentives may encourage more workers to receive a vaccine. Fifty-six percent said they would get vaccinated if they were encouraged by their employers. And 60 percent said they would line up for a shot if their employers offered a $100 award.
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