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All of this information comes from credible and expert scientific sources.

A news report on Lidl’s approach to reducing barriers and incentivizing vaccines. From Supermarket News.

Rules guiding implementation of the Biden vaccine mandate for organizations with more than 100 employees. From The White House. 

Best practices for workplaces to support employee vaccination. From the CDC.

Advice for companies on reducing barriers and other strategies. From Harvard Business Review.

An overview of how different organizations are reducing barriers and providing incentives to encourage employee vaccination. From Human Resource Executive.

Advice on how organizations can promote or provide vaccinations in their communities. From McKinsey & Company.

Research study describing how monetary incentives can “crowd out” some prosocial motivations. From the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

The webpage offers best practices for workplaces to support employee vaccination. From the CDC.

A toolkit for small businesses with a section on strengthening vaccine distribution in your community. From The Health Action Alliance.

A detailed guide to establishing a workplace vaccination program. From The National Institute of Health.

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