COVID-19 vaccine mandates: What to know when claiming wrongful dismissal

Global News published this video item, entitled “COVID-19 vaccine mandates: What to know when claiming wrongful dismissal” – below is their description.

As more and more vaccine mandates are being enforced by companies, unvaccinated employees who have been terminated are suing for wrongful dismissal. This is a growing issue as businesses are caught in between ensuring a safe workplace and potentially facing lawsuits for requiring vaccinations.

Employment lawyer Lior Samfiru details the legal procedure of pursuing these lawsuits and the likelihood of success.

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