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★ MORNING CUP: Love the smell of coffee in the morning? From the BBC, “The drink that kept us going through Covid-19”
★ SOME BASICS: What did the founding fathers say about elections the U.S. Constitution, some basics from The Library of Congress, “Elections”
★ THE GAP: Between the close of “vote counting” and presidential inauguration (Wednesday, January 20, 2021) is the vote of the Electoral College. From the Congressional Research Service, “The Electoral College: A 2020 Presidential Election Timeline”
★ COUNTING THE VOTE: Some thoughts from inside the electoral process, from !9th News,”As the nation waits for results, women election officials challenge disinformation”
★ COPING: Coping with job loss, from The Harvard Business Review, a podcast, “How Women Who’ve Lost Work Are Coping
★ AFTER: When the Covid-19 pandemic is brought under control another crisis waits “in the wings”, from the BBC (Worklife),”Coronavirus: The possible long-term mental health impact”
★ TAKE NOTE: Employers take note: From the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), a Guidance on “Pay Data Reporting” in compliance with the requirements of Senate Bill 973.
★ ELDER FUTURE?: The future of aging? From the BBC (Future) “The technologies that could transform ageing”
★REMOTE INTERVIEW: Job interviews on Zoom? From the BBC (Remote Control), “Asynchronous video interviews: The tools you need to succeed”
★ SCIENCE: A moment for Science. The search for the source of the Covid-19 virus, from National Geographic, “The WHO is hunting for the coronavirus’s origins. Here are the new details.”
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