Cathay’s sacking of unvaccinated crew: Hong Kong unions urge caution as catering businesses also prod staff to get Covid-19 jabs

More Hong Kong businesses are making it compulsory for staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19, even as unions and the equality watchdog are warning employers to tread carefully or they could be at risk of breaching the city’s anti-discrimination laws.In the wake of flagship airline Cathay Pacific’s revelation last week it had sacked a “small number” of aircrew for failing to be inoculated, employers who managed to get all their staff vaccinated said incentives and allaying fears worked in…


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