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An attorney has served Rock County with notice of lawsuits that would seek $550,000 in damages for 11 workers the county laid off at its Rock Haven nursing home after the workers refused the COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year.
A lawyer is citing a state bill that bars government officials from mandating COVID-19 vaccines in a push to reinstate several Rock Haven employees who were laid off at the county nursing home after declining the vaccine earlier this year.
The same week that Rock Haven staff publicly raised concerns about current leadership and layoffs for workers who declined the COVID-19 vaccine, the county-run nursing home has learned of its new leader.
Rock Haven staff used a listening session Wednesday night to take on the county-run nursing home’s administration, urging Rock County officials to halt what they call a culture of heavy-handedness, retaliation and bullying by top Rock Haven officials.
Two law firms are pressing Rock County to withdraw its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy at Rock Haven nursing home or allow laid-off workers who have declined vaccination to return to their jobs.
A Rock County ad-hoc committee plans to give Rock Haven employees and local residents a forum to sound off on recent upheaval at the county-run nursing home.
Rock Haven’s top administrator is firing back after employees spoke out about the staff exodus that has come in the wake of the county-run nursing home’s controversial COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
About 10% of Rock Haven's employees have now quit or been laid off as dozens of them continue to resist a COVID-19 vaccination mandate at the Rock County-run nursing home, employees say.