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Almost 40% of employers polled by Gartner agreed that a mandate could attract workers. Yet about 1 in 4 executives said it would do the opposite. (Credit: Anna Kosolapova/Adobe Stock) Almost 40% of employers polled by Gartner agreed that a mandate could attract workers. Yet about 1 in 4 executives said it would do the opposite. (Credit: Anna Kosolapova/Adobe Stock)

(Bloomberg) — More than one-third of U.S. employers still plan to implement a vaccine mandate despite the Supreme Court’s rejection of a federal rule that would have required workers to get shots or periodic tests.

Around one-third of companies polled by Gartner Inc. last week said the Court’s Jan. 13, 2022 ruling won’t derail their plans to require vaccinations, compared with just 4% that said they’re now dropping their mandate. A further 29% haven’t made a decision yet, while 12% said they’re now less likely to impose a requirement.

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