IS YOUR EMPLOYER FORCING YOU TO VACCINATE OR BE FIRED?
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! YOU CAN SAY "NO!"
FORCED VACCINATION AT YOUR PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT?
Employers are requiring employees to inject their bodies with covid-19 vaccines or be fired. Although this is unconscionable for any number of reasons, federal law may exempt you from this requirement if you have a sincerely held religious belief regarding the sanctity of life. A Title VII Accommodation Request must be submitted to your employer to avoid a covid-19 vaccine mandate and keep your job!
PROTECTION IS AVAILABLE UNDER FEDERAL LAW. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!
Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prevents your employer from discriminating against you based on your religious beliefs. If you have a sincerely held religious belief regarding the sanctity of life then a Title VII Accommodation Request is what you need to keep your job and avoid the COVID-19 vaccination!
DOWNLOAD, COMPLETE & SUBMIT YOUR TITLE VII REQUEST TODAY.
PLEASE READ WARNINGS ABOUT EMPLOYER PROVIDED TITLE VII FORMS & EMPLOYER REQUESTED MEETINGS at “Title VII Info” page.
Then download your free Title VII template, fill it out, and submit to your employer. Don’t wait! Employers have placed short, arbitrary deadlines on Title VII requests, even changing them on short notice. If you’ve missed the deadline, don’t worry, you haven’t likely forfeited your rights under federal law.
Legal Representation is Available for Title VII Requests.
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