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Ive been abused and extorted at my job if i dont wanna be the blame guy or slave all day without a break or be the assend of every joke ive lost 10 hrs and been written up 12 times alll with no reason behind if you seen what went down ive been treated like this ever since i got out of prison in 2013 and ive never been introuble besides that im not a bad person at all i was lost and misplaced when i got locked up i shouldnt have to pay for it the rest of my life and my daughter does deserve any backfire from it because of me thats not fair i need help can someone help me before i end up homeless Nd dont have anything left these ppl need to be put in their place #foodservices #advice #harassment #covid #stressful
As we know and have learned, connections are VERY important to your career and/or job search.
According to CNBC, 80% of jobs are filled through personal and professional connections. With 35% of those surveyed revealing that a casual conversation has led to a new opportunity.
Read more about the importance of staying connected.
However, COVID and socially distancing has made building/maintaining connections a bit tough.
Check out these 3 things in this video that you can do to maintain your connections!
As a parent, the thought of protecting your child never leaves your mind. Not even for a second.
For parents in Los Angeles COVID is beginning to impact that protection.
According to the LA Times for several seconds, 8-year-old Xitlali Vasquez’s heart stopped beating.The girl’s parents had driven her to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in May when her temperature spiked and delirium sent her into a fever-sleep. She was placed in intensive care as specialists tended to inflammation around her heart and arteries.
Xitlali, is one of the first children in Los Angeles County to be diagnosed with multisystem inflammatory syndrome, a rare and potentially deadly illness known as MIS-C that infects children exposed to the coronavirus.
At this point in time at least 45 children in the county have been diagnosed with MIS-C, and one has died.
L.A. children are now battling a new syndrome linked to coronavirus. What is clear is that MIS-C cases are directly linked to a surge in COVID-19 infections — a correlation that doctors say could easily match up with a likely uptick around the holidays, given the ongoing spike in coronavirus cases.
In the last week, seven additional children have been diagnosed with the syndrome across the state, according to the California Department of Public Health.
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Now more than ever it is important to wear a mask, wash your hands and stay home for the safety of yourself and your children.
How are YOU planning to keep your family safe this holiday season?