Nike isn’t playing. The Oregonian reports that the company will let go of all employees without a religious or medical exemption for the COVID-19 vaccination starting Saturday, Jan. 15. Nike has reportedly had a vaccine mandate in place for all employees since October 2021. As one of the largest companies with headquarters in the state of Oregon, the sportswear brand has been strict when it comes to vaccine requirements.
Jan 14, 2022
Live Nation wants the artists to have a choice. In a statement released by the company’s CEO — and obtained by Revolt TV — it was revealed that the concert promoter is leaving the onus on the artists, themselves, to issue a vaccine mandate at their concerts. “It has been great to see events make such a strong return across the U.S., with demand for concerts and festivals continuing to outpace expectations,” wrote CEO Michael Rapino, in the announcement. “We are working to ensure we are reopening in the best way possible for staff, artists, crew, fans, and communities at large. Our teams have worked together to put new processes in place so artists doing shows with Live Nation in the U.S. can require all attendees and staff to be fully vaccinated or show a negative test result for entry where permitted by law. We know people are eager to return to live events, and we hope these measures encourage even more people to get vaccinated. That is the number one thing anyone can do to take...
Aug 9, 2021