Vaccine mandates are becoming increasingly prevalent among both public and private employers in New York and at least half of the states in this country. Nevertheless, the Constitution, federal statutes, and New York State laws require employers to provide exemptions from such policies to employees who raise objections that are religious in nature and sincerely held. One effective way to inform your employer of your sincerely held religious objections to its vaccination mandate is to pen a notarized personal statement, accompanied by a letter from a religious official who can attest to your deeply held beliefs.
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3 thoughts on “Practical Guidance for Employees Seeking Religious Exemption from Vaccine Mandates”
Mayer Greenfeld says:
Very special thanks for your Sunday conference lecture; very nice and clear to understand.
Jane Rosen says:
Per Dec/27/21, are there any results re the private business vaccine mandates court cases? It seems Mayor Adams will follow DeBlasio. I am more worried re Governor Hochul with her vague bill & possible quarantine camps.
Samantha Greenfield says:
Clear to understand.