Health NJ hospital systems fired over 100 of its employees...

NJ hospital systems fired over 100 of its employees who refused to comply with vaccination policy


One of New Jersey’s biggest health systems has fired more than 100 of its employees who would not agree with its vaccination policy, the hospital network reported.

RWJBarnabas Health, which utilizes more than 35,000 individuals in many wellbeing offices in the Garden State, hacked out 118 of its employees for declining to get the jabs it says 99.7 of its representatives got by the Oct. 15 cutoff time.

“Deplorably, and regardless of every best exertion, 118 staff members have not agreed with the order and are no longer representatives of RWJBarnabas Health, per our vaccine mandate policy,” a representative said in a messaged proclamation to “62 of those staff individuals were routine set of expenses representatives who worked infrequent movements across our organization.”

The clinic said that its activities will stay unaffected by the firings, which it had expected.

“Given the overall number of staff who have been separated from the organization is distributed across our numerous facilities, job types and work shifts, patient care will not be affected nor will there be any impact on the normal operations of our services,” the hospital said in the statement.

In July, the hospital system terminated six chief level workers who wouldn’t get the vaccine by the June 30 cutoff time set at that point, setting a severe model for lower level employees.

New York State suspended or terminated scores of its hospital laborers who wouldn’t get vaccinated last month per state order.

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