- As COVID-19 vaccines are distributed across the country, returning to the office becomes less of a fantasy and more reality.
- But polling indicates that a decreasing but substantial minority of Americans are hesistant to take the vaccine. Reports have emerged as well of first responders saying they plan to skip the vaccine.
- Management professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania told Insider that trying to reason with workers who don’t believe in the vaccine likely won’t work.
- Instead, Capelli said, ask reluctant employees to consider the comfort of the people around them.
- “It’s sort of like trying to get people to quit smoking,” Capelli said. “You talk about the consequences to the people around them, and the people they care about.”
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