They Don’t Want The Shot And They Don’t Want Their Colleagues To Know

You see it from the mainstream media, on social media, and now it's happening at the work place.

Vaccine shaming. More and more businesses are following the misinformation from the Biden administration and forcing their employees to get the vaccine or get fired. And even if you are fortunate enough to still work at place where the vaccine is not mandatory, it's becoming more and more difficult if you don't follow the crowd.

"I think that we're going to continue to see an alienation of people that have chosen not to get vaccinated because they've made a choice that others just disagree with them" said Joshua Evans. president of Culture Consulting Associates.

The left has long stood on 'the right to choose', but not when it comes to the vaccine, and that has led to some serious friction at the work place. "People that want to get the vaccine have mostly gotten it" Evans told KTRH, "So we're left with a group of people that have decided not to", and those people are being shamed, criticized, and in some cases forced to resign.

So what do you do if you don't want to take the shot? And you don't want everyone else to know about it? Evan says it's important to have that conversation with you supervisor. Another plus? "The good news is" Evans says is, "Now because of the prevalence of the remote work environment, it's giving those people that have chosen not too a lot more options."

If you can't work at home? Evans noted that fortunately right now there are a lot of job openings, and you may an opportunity to move on to something better.

Exhausted young man with laptop in office

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