A PRECEDENT RULING: THE LABOR COURT DECIDED NOT TO OVERRULE AN EMPLOYER'S DECISION TO FIRE AN EMPLOYEE THAT REFUSED TO PASS A COVID TEST OR BE VACCINATED - M. Firon & Co. Advocates - Israel's Leading Law Firm
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30.03.2021

A PRECEDENT RULING: THE LABOR COURT DECIDED NOT TO OVERRULE AN EMPLOYER’S DECISION TO FIRE AN EMPLOYEE THAT REFUSED TO PASS A COVID TEST OR BE VACCINATED

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The discussion over Covid vaccinations reaches the Labor Court: the Court decided not to overrule an employer’s decision to fire an employee that refused to pass a Covid test or be vaccinated, as a condition to continue his employment at a popular Country Club in Tel Aviv, which is considered as a “green tab” center.

The employer, a group of cultural and educational organizations that operates the Country Club, was represented by Advocates Tamar Golan and Dana Cohen from our firm.

For more details  CLICK HERE

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The discussion over Covid vaccinations reaches the Labor Court: the Court decided not to overrule an employer’s decision to fire an employee that refused to pass a Covid test or be vaccinated, as a condition to continue his employment at a popular Country Club in Tel Aviv, which is considered as a “green tab” center.

The employer, a group of cultural and educational organizations that operates the Country Club, was represented by Advocates Tamar Golan and Dana Cohen from our firm.

For more details  CLICK HERE

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