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What We've Learned from Covid-19
This virus has affected all of us, one way or another. Some of us have lost loved ones, some of us have lost our job and income; some of us feel alone and isolated. We look at the news and listen to the infectious disease experts, the scientists, the medical professionals, and our government officials to get answers, and information as to when they think life will return to normal. Then… when we think things are getting better, things just get worse.
Office-Based Worksites - Re-Opening Protocols
In an effort to keep you informed and to provide you with up to date resources, we’ve attached here the protocol for Reopening: Office-Based Worksites, as established by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.
Social Distancing Protocol
In an effort to keep you informed and to provide you with up to date resources, we’ve attached here the protocol for Reopening: Social Distancing, as established by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health. Stay Strong!
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Open - Close - Open - Close
With the spikes in Covid-19 cases in California, our Govenor has now mandated re-closure of some industries.
Click on this link for new up to date information as of today; July 14th, 2020 https://lnkd.in/eMVZSug
This roadmap will accurately guide you.
Re-Opening Protocol - "Restaurants"
In an effort to keep you informed and to provide you with up to date resources, new protocols have been established by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health. They can be viewed at www.ph.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/ Note that his site is updated frequently and as needed.
Unconscious Bias &The Language of the Heart
In the summer of 2018, I visited “FoMu”; a photo museum located in Antwerp Belgium. At the time, this piece particularly piqued my interest and I took as many pictures as I possibly could with my phone; some taken at an angle because of the inaccessibility. This piece was called “Ipass” – wanting to offer a voice against a world in which stereotypes prevail.
Black Lives Matter
City of Los Angeles Worker Protection Order
On April 7, 2020, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a Worker Protection Order extending protection requirements for certain categories of workers providing essential, non-medical services. Under this order, eligible workers are required to:
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) has made several changes to sick, family, and other medical leave related to COVID-19.
This poster must be posed in all workplaces; if the office is closed and employees are working remotely, the document should be mailed to each employees’ home.