Rogge Dunn Group’s Rogge Dunn was quoted in a Fox4 article concerning Southwest Airlines employees protesting the company’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, outside of their Dallas, TX headquarters.
The pilot’s association filed a lawsuit in August of this year, arguing that “the airline is required to maintain the same working conditions, rates of pay and rules while the union is negotiating a new contract.” This led to a response from the airline stating, “if the airline is forced to retract its health policies, it would put Southwest customers and employees at risk and cost the airline its federal contracts.”
Although Rogge Dunn is not involved in this case he was able to provide the following insight.
“The fact that a couple or a few employees don’t want to get vaccinated when you balance that against other employees and customers and individuals who could get exposed to the COVID because it’s spread by unvaccinated people, that when you’re balancing those equities,” he said. “It’s way in favor of mandatory vaccination.”
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