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★ SCHOOL DAYS: Reopening schools? From the California Teachers Association, “California Cannot Reopen Schools Unless They Are Safe”
★ HARASSMENT: Sexual harassment, from Lifehacker, “When and How to Report Sexual Harassment at Work”
★BAD BOSS: Bad boss? From Forbes, “How To Deal With The Other Pandemic Covid-19 Revealed: Rotten Bosses”
★ POP QUIZ: Ready for a quiz? From JD Supra and Employment and Labor Law Insider, “Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity In The Workplace Quiz!”
★GROUND HOG DAY: We have been here before….From Fast Company (Compass), “People hated masks during the 1918 pandemic, too. 675,000 Americans died”
★ TEAM WORK: Our society needs to work together, as a team, to address the impact of the Covid-19 and other pandemics, from Ipsos, “Despite seeing great risk, Americans slow to make major changes to deal with COVID”
★ LOSS?: A perspective, from Axios and The New York Times, on “Why We’re Losing the Battle With Covid-19”
★ MASK UP!!: Consider. One simple step. If everyone in the U.S. wore a mask, the coronavirus pandemic could be “under control” within four to eight weeks. See, from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), “Universal Masking to Prevent SARS-CoV-2 Transmission—The Time Is Now”
★ PRIVATE: Consumer privacy in California, from the California Attorney General, “California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)-Frequently Asked Questions”
★ SOBERING: Covid-19, how bad could it get? From the New York Times, “The Pandemic Could Get Much, Much Worse. We Must Act Now.”
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