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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Mar 24, 2020.
Foodservice delivery driver. Our center has cut us from 5 days to 4 due to restaurants cutting down so much on their orders. I took this week off, but I'll be back next week, and the feeling of dread gets worse by the day.
I work in Alabama for a furniture retailer as stated above. They have only restricted dining/bars/events
We have had the pharmacy hours adjusted though we close at 6pm every night now used to be 9pm
Over seeing a hotel renovation
Have not stopped working
Once the renovation is over, I may not have work for a while
OP Physical Therapist for a big hospital chain. Currently still reporting to work and either see a condensed patient caseload, (post-op joint replacements, LBP causing people to miss work, acute injuries, athletes, etc) or enter the float pool, where you are reassigned to another (PT) job at the hospital.
Trying to be thankful to keep working but I am not psyched to work at the hospital, with known positive patients there.
Thanks for still going in bud.
I've just been giving hand jobs at a drive through. I wear a visor but for different reasons
IT for a big entertainment business
Still getting paid to work, which today has been sitting around watching storm chasing feeds.
I have no idea how we're still 'working' but I'm very fortunate that we are.....hopefully it will continue.
This is my hell.
Still working, construction
Our lawyers tell us we fall into the exempt categories and can continue operations
Thanks. It’s not an easy time to be in Healthcare right now. Our management and leadership is trying hard, but they have no idea how to navigate this, which is understandable.
Less hours because they cut our unlimited overtime gravy train. Down to 40 hours/week now.
Working as Project controller out at an Exxon refinery. Finally got moved off-site this week but still working 40 HRs from our office building near Houston. The project has cut down significantly and is planning on gradually decreasing to a complete halt. Harris county put the shelter in place order out effective tonight. I was given a little laminated card today saying that I was essential personnel even though I could easily do the job from home since we have much less work going on. So dumb. I have a 4 month old so going to convince them tomorrow that I don’t need to be there.
Nuclear power, so yes, there is no feasible option for leaving. If anything, I’ll be sequestered on site.
I’ve worked from home for 6 years now, but my gf, who is an in office manager at the same company is working from home now too. Tight in our place but so fucking thrilled when they sent everyone home last week.
We are in EdTech so it’s actually very busy, which is great because it keeps me from being full on anxiety reading the shut awful news all day
Seeing more virtual visits and doing more ecare.
Doing lots of COVID meetings on strategy.
More hours and will probably stay that way for awhile. Most of the older psychologists are in complete isolation.
Tier 1 essential employee at an animal shelter here so yes
4 10 hour shifts, 3 days off
we are basically just cleaning 24/7 since the shelter is at like a 20% capacity now
I went to work today. Fleet manager for a local govt. I have 2 assistants and we’re taking turns working. Our/their assistants(secretaries) are at home. I’ve reduced the daily 40 mechanics to 20 and they’re in shifts so the 12(early) never see the late (8 guys).
I’d love to shut down completely but cities need fire, police, utilities, and fuel to operate.
IT peeps right now are fucking heroes too with all the extra help getting people working from home.
Technical Support at what you may call a “Call Center” specifically for our service. We’re considered essential / life saving medical service. We have a good 95% of employees working from home. A few employees still coming into office so a manager (me) needs to be there.
We also manufacture and ship/receive equipment so our warehouse is of course working but they extended hours to limit the number of employees working together. They all wear protective gear. Received equipment is quarantined for 3 days.
Today was my first day to work from home. Commercial banking.
"Started" my new job in logistics supporting Nissan last week. Nissan also shut down the plant last week until at least April 6. New company kept my start date the same though so I'm on payroll which is great. Just been doing online OJT for a few hours a day so far.
Help me life alert I’ve fallen and I can’t get up
Fossil fuels and currently working a startup, so also yes. If/when things get worse we are getting sequestered for a week at a time.
Owner, head brewer, at a small craft brewery. Working more hours since online sales went live. Reduced tasting room employee hours to limit their exposure to the public. Tasting room is pick up and to-go orders only.
Editor for a sports website
No change -- I've worked at home for eight-plus years.
I mean I'd think your hours are way down right now.... I did find the marble racing intriguing for all 5 minutes I got to watch it.
I've actually been pretty busy.
Been working from "home" since mid-February. No change in hours, just a shift in the window. Generally sleep from sun-up until noon-ish. Work otherwise.
Off to work where my boss can’t pronounce Corona Virus and is convinced one of our workers was Patient Zero when he had Bronchitis last November. He also is struggling to understand why minimizing contact with people for two weeks would do anything.
My company is in the airline industry, so at the moment we're working at a fever pitch to react to flight cancellations and service changes that the airlines are making minute by minute.
VPN went down company-wide a couple of hours ago. Thousands of people working from home all over the world now just sipping coffee.
Getting ready to head to the pharmacy now, y'all stay safe gents
Get to work from home more now. Still going into work, but can leave early and take half days whenever basically.
Tax attorney that has worked from home for the last 8 years with probably 40 percent travel to clients/DC office.
I don't travel anymore, which is a change, but my daily routine has not changed at all when I WFH. The only change is having to deal with everyone else making a big deal about working from home on every. fucking. call.
Dude in the office's wife is a nurse at the hospital and found out last night that one of her patients last week was COVID positive. So he's now at home, and some of the other guys he works with the most, but seems like we're all on a counter now.
I work in the transportation industry. NY isn't shutting us down or the bottom will fall out. Most of the work I do is not essential but being that construction sites aren't shutting down im still working. I have the luxury of sitting in my pickup truck and practicing social distancing. Matter of fact I've mastered it decades ago.
Edit I need to find Lysol. Not to clean my truck. I use 91% Rubbing alcohol. I pour it on baby wipes and keep soap and hand sanitizer with me. But I want Lysol so the next fucker that leans on my truck when I roll my window down I can blast him in the face with it.
Car total in the parking lot at work today was 39, yesterday was 49. It’s not too far from it just being IT here.
Sounds like we had one guy that quit/was let go because he didn’t want to come in and was not sick.
I don’t completely blame him except he was a bit of a C word and not easy to work with in general.
*CONFERENCE CALL* WHOEVER IS TYPING OR HAVING DOGS BARK IN THE BACKGROUND PLEASE HIT MUTE
GM two Chick-fil-A's. Running drive thru only at both, so I'm only working about 35, normally work 45-50. Only working at one of our stores right now because we siloed each one to keep them both from getting shut down in case of an infection. Also working about 5x more operationally than I typically would.
+1 here clinic is still open and seeing about half the caseload
petere1588 have yall started telehealth yet?
We have not. We are way behind the times. We don’t even have a functioning website for our clinics. Found out today we are only open 3 days per week for the next three weeks. Redeployed the other days....I will probably have to take very little time off, thankfully.
A lot of our Rehab’s staff has been redeployed to staff/patient screening
Called my doctor today to make sure it was okay to go home this weekend and nurse said due to the fact I travel for work and had a coughing fit Monday night I need to be tested and quarantined.