Currently there is no obligation in France for employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Consequently, the employer cannot compel employees to be vaccinated and cannot sanction employees who do not wish to be vaccinated and/or treat them in a different way without taking a risk of discriminating them on the grounds of their health condition.
For the time being, the employer is only able to encourage its employees to get vaccinated. Such encouragement may include, for example, presenting the vaccine and its benefits or allowing employees to be vaccinated during working hours and accept to consider the time spent doing so as working time.
Employers are also able to set up vaccination sessions through Labour Doctors.
However, an employer cannot provide a financial incentive to employees since it could be seen as a way of forcing employees to be vaccinated and could also lead to a difference in treatment/discrimination between employees who agree to be vaccinated and those who refuse.