COVID Vaccine Mandates Leading to Widespread Staffing Shortages

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Since March 2020, many American businesses have had a rough go of things. Shutdowns severely hurt countless establishments nationwide; some businesses that were around before the pandemic started are no longer around today, thanks to forced closures from the government.

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After the shutdowns came capacity restrictions. These restrictions greatly limited the amount of customers a business could service in certain timeframes or periods. As such, these limits hurt the bottom lines of businesses that were already struggling.

Even after the shutdowns and capacity restrictions came to an end, staffing shortages have become a new problem.

With the announcement of President Biden’s nationwide COVID vaccine mandate (something Republicans are vowing to fight in court the moment it officially goes into action), staffing shortages are just getting worse.

More troubling times ahead for U.S. businesses

For nearly the past two years, the country’s businesses have been put through the wringer; however, it’s not over yet. COVID vaccine mandates are driving away potential workers from businesses that implement these requirements.