That SUCKS. I had to go into the office briefly on Friday because the corporate VPN got wonky and I needed a file off a network drive. My office has card access gates at the top of the driveway but they were blocked and I had to go to the security gate. A guard came out of the shack, took my and my wife’s temperature and opened the gate. I walked in, sat in a guest chair in the lobby, got my file and boogied out of there.Me personally I have to go in for work... I fully expect to get this and it sucks feeling this way.
My mother used to give me "bowl cuts" when I was young. Not sure I'd trust her with a pair of scissors right now as she's elderly now.Anyone do great haircuts in here? NC shutting down all barbers and salons until further notice...it's already been 6 weeks for me since my last one, add on another 6 weeks or more and I should look like Brent Burns or Jumbo Joe Thornton if I decided to let the facial hair go too...but the experts say woolly beards promote COVID-19 as well.
There’s a test coming out in the near future that can tell If you’ve had the virus.It absolutely sucked being sick on a diving holiday, but I managed to get in 49 dives over 3 weeks. As long as I could clear my ears, I was diving. There was also a magnitude 4.6 earthquake with the epicenter less than 2Km from us while I was there. Kinda terrifying, but it makes one realize we're all just passengers here and we need to enjoy the ride.
Be safe out there. I'm thinking healthy thoughts for everyone.
In theory there should be a clear list of industries that are exempted from the order when the order is issued ... in theory. In practice it's been scattershot at best.Durham going to get a stay at home order later today.. I do wonder how that'll affect me. (and my job)
If the order is being issued I'll contact the VP (Small company) and he'll determine things.. but yeah It's not a job I can do from home really. Not that I wouldn't love to try...In theory there should be a clear list of industries that are exempted from the order when the order is issued ... in theory. In practice it's been scattershot at best.
I'm sorry but I don't recall what you do, but in general most emergency plans call for employees to contact human resources or the manager of their office for guidance.