MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau has tips for business owners who are looking to require proof of vaccination from customers.
“Whatever you do, it’s going to be a plan of your own, and we do encourage you to talk to your legal counsel so that you don’t violate any rights,” Tiffany Schultz, BBB Southwest Wisconsin regional director, said.
Schultz said to communicate the new policies through signs at the store or digital reminders on social media. She added, “Train your employees how to communicate the plan and how to deal with potentially violent customers over it. It is something new.”
With more cases of fake vaccine cards around the nation, the BBB also advises employees to know the signs of authentic vaccine cards. The group said to make sure the vaccination dates align with when the vaccines were approved by the CDC. Additionally, for two-dose vaccines, the dates on the cards should be separated by a few weeks…