‘Jabless Jobs’ website helps connect Canadians to work without vaccine mandates‘
‘Jabless Jobs’ is ‘an employment service with a mission to connect non discriminatory employers with like minded job seekers.’
(LifeSiteNews) — Job-seekers in Canada who do not want to take the COVID shots as a condition of employment have some help in a new website.
“Jabless Jobs” is “an employment service with a mission to connect non discriminatory employers with like minded job seekers,” according to the website. “We aim to give people hope by empowering everyone to find financial security regardless of their personal choices.”
Its Twitter page regularly posts jobs for employers that do not mandate shots. Job opportunities include electricians, logistics, and sales representatives. “Jabless Jobs” began as a “non discriminatory employment board for the people of Regina and the southern half of Saskatchewan,” according to an October 2 tweet.
The website is similar to a job board created on alternative social media site Gab.
The right-leaning tech company created “No Vax Mandate Job Board” in August.
“In light of the Biden Administration encouraging employers to mandate vaccines in order to retain employment while ironically not requiring vaccination mandates for their own staff, Gab has created a No Vax Mandate Job Board group,” company founder Andrew Torba wrote in a blog post.
“This job board is for sharing job openings that do not require employees to inject themselves with an experimental substance or violate their bodily autonomy and religious beliefs in order to retain employment,” Torba said at the time.
The Jabless Jobs website can help Salvation Army employees who have been fired from their job for deciding not to take the COVID shots. The Christian charity organization has ordered all volunteers and employees to get jabbed or be barred from helping at the food bank or ringing bells to raise money for the poor.
So far, at least two Canadian Salvation Army locations have shut down or cut back on social services after losing volunteers and employees when the November 15 jab mandate came and went.