The carrier confirmed the deadline after the outlet obtained an internal email in which Deeanne King, chief human resources officer at T-Mobile, said the company would put employees who have walked out with only one dose as of February 21 on unpaid leave.
A T-Mobile spokesperson said: “Controlled T-Mobile offices remain within reach only of those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and we have shared with staff that we are requiring office staff to be fully vaccinated by April 2nd.” We understand that this is a very personal decision for for some employees but we believe that taking this step will put us in the best position to protect our T-Mobile community.”
It will have some exemptions in place, he said, “for certain roles, locations, accommodations and exemptions required by law, for example according to Bloomberg, T-Mobile will not put customer service employees on unpaid leave if they have had only one dose of the vaccine by February 21, It will also not subject field technicians and warehousing personnel to delegation.
Other large US companies have imposed similar deadlines on their Google workers, for example, who have until January 18 to announce the status of their vaccine.
The company will put those who refuse to get their shots or fail to get a valid exemption on paid administrative leave for 30 days, after which it will put those workers on unpaid leave for up to six months, and eventually fire them if they don’t comply with the policy.
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