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We are a positive community for sharing your advice on managing the Coronavirus in your work-life. Help and advice are welcome; please be kind and keep it to the facts.
Sara Jean
1 day ago

Help - social services job seeker (urgent)

Hi everyone. Would you happen to know of anyone immediately hiring for a remote case manager role (non-clinical, RN license not required) or anything in social services?

I have a masters in both health administration and community health and enjoy helping others.

#casemanager #health #patients #workfromhome #coronavirus #healthcare #jobsearch #interview

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Rayna Sanderson
3 days ago

Stay at home job

#workfromhome #firstjob I’m looking for my first job. Since I live out in the middle of nowhere I want to work from home. #parttimejob. A part time job is ideal, my schedule is very complicated currently but as time goes on I would like to slowly start doing more and more over time.

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Peaches Gennis
about 2 months ago

CONTINGENCY PLAN DUE TO VACCINE MANDATE

I would like to know how many of you may be out of work due to the upcoming vaccine mandate. Also, what is your contingency plan?

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jill roelfsema
4 days ago

I'm looking for work from home. Have been in a surgeon's office for 16 years and am sick of driving in weather and being stressed out by face to face interaction. Have been working from day 1 of Covid and am sick of the never ending questions by patients. I love my patients, but I think I'm reaching the point of burn out. Would love the opportunity to work from home and actually save money instead of working it away! #workfromhome

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Kai Dickerson posted an article
Apr 8, 2020

Unemployment Benefits: What if my benefits end?

Kai Dickerson
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John Kelley
21 days ago

I've been a truck driver for 36 years, I have a clean mvr no accidents nor tickets ever even in my personal vehicle, ive always passed and never refused a drug test, along with my medical card, I was off working degenerative bone disease for 6 weeks, I was seen and treated by 2 different er hospitals and and referred to a family physician or actually a physician assistant by both er visits also,I went for drug test for a trucking company and waited over a week and never heard back,I was called by medical review officer and told I failed my drug test trace of morphine ,I went to one hospital and asked if they could fax medical records to the mro and gave them fax number I called other hospital and lady said they were closed do yo covid spike, that turned out to be false,on going went to clinic where I was being seen by physician assistant and ask if they could retain medical records from hospital signed release form 2 days later I called mro to make sure they had received everything needed, they said they were waiting on medical records from the one hospital that I had dr office obtain for me so I called Dr office back and sure enough they didn't request my records from hospital, so they said they would do that immediately, another 2 days past I called yesterday the mro and they said there wasn't anything pertaining morphine on my records, I passed drug test in June a random drug test I passed one 10 days a return to duty dot physical and drug test prior to going back to work so any thoughts of what could have gone wrong?

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Katavianna Minor-Dixon
16 days ago

Cleaning service

I am a hard worker I love to work I have one child he is 9 months I want to work for my child to have roof over my head and I love to work with people #workfromhome #hiringevents #jobsearch #application #interview #healthcare #coronavirus #firstjob #resume #deliverydriver

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Ummi Saidu
about 2 months ago
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Anthony Andrews

Vaccination, and face coverings.

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Sophie Alvarez

I've received both Covid vaccines and I waiting for the booster shot. I will keep my hands clean by washing them and using hand sanitizer. I will wear a mask on a regular basis and I will also sanitize and keep the work area clean.

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Heath Alva
3 months ago

Would you take a job that asks about your Covid vaccination status during your interview?

You're at your job interview and the interviewer asks you what your vaccination status is for Covid-19.

They're allowed to ask as long as the vaccination status depends on the type of work you'll be doing at the job. For instance, you could be asked if you'll be in close quarters with other co-workers or you'll have a high interaction rate with the general public face to face (think cashier).

How would you answer the question? Would you be more or less likely to take the job if asked? #interview #jobsearch #coronavirus

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Brandy Compton

My boby my choice

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Adesola Olokunboro

absolutely

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Priest Love
4 days ago

Man it's so complicated to just get an interview and start working due to all this coronavirus.

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