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Here’s how new mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people could complicate return-to-work plans – WMUR Manchester

Companies could have separate masking policies when it comes to vaccinated and unvaccinated workers.

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The CDC’s announcement that fully-vaccinated individuals don’t need to wear a mask in most situations was a big step toward a return to normalcy, but it might have complicated employers’ return-to-work plans.
“The news makes it so much more complex for companies to navigate their re-openings now,” said Brian Kropp, chief of research for the Gartner Human Resources Practice.
Generally speaking, employers can mandate workers get vaccinated and require proof of inoculation before they return to the…

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