Just as much as anything else, people want compliant workers who aren't carrying plague.
Accordingly, health checks are now part of employment screening . . . Which MIGHT be a sketchy and unfair precedent for anybody who really pays attention to employment law.
Luckily, that's very few people.
Here's just a bit of survey data that seems to also hold up in Kansas City . . .
ResumeBuilder.com said they commissioned an online survey of 1,250 hiring managers nationwide in August. The survey results indicated the following:
- 63% prefer seeing vaccination status on a resume
- 33% would eliminate resumes that don’t include COVID-19 vaccination status
- An additional 32% would give priority to resumes showing the applicant is vaccinated
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- If you're looking for a job, you might want to revise your resume to include your COVID-19 vaccination status. An online resume service recently released a survey showing nearly two-thirds of hiring managers now want to see that information on a resume.