October 28th, 2020
We want all our employees to stay fit and healthy as we move into the colder days and darker nights of winter. Whilst the risks from coronavirus continue, we all need to take a bit of extra care about our health.
Free NHS Flu Vaccination
If you are eligible for a free NHS flu jab please get in touch with your GP Surgery as soon as possible to arrange for this. Priority is being given to those aged over 65 and those with underlying health conditions. Details about who is eligible can be found at the link below:
Normally you will be able to get an appointment which is outside of your working hours. But if this is not possible then for the winter 20/21 season you may take paid time off in agreement with your line manager to ensure that you have the vaccination.
Private Flu Vaccinations – Reimbursement Scheme
To protect our employees as far as we can, the University is encouraging anyone who cannot have the free NHS vaccination (this includes those in the 50- 64 age bracket who currently are not eligible for the free NHS vaccination) to book a private one at a local pharmacy as soon as possible. As it has just been announced that we are moving into Tier 3 and with the large number of cases in Nottinghamshire, it is important that we all take extra precautions now.
From Sunday 1 November 2020 you will be reimbursed for the cost of the vaccination up to Sunday 31 January 2021 with the presentation of a dated receipt.
You can book your vaccination at a number of pharmacies, including Tesco, Boots, Lloyds, Asda.
If you wish to claim for the cost please provide a copy of the receipt to your manager who will arrange for the reimbursement to be done through payroll.
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