[ Post a Response | da Brooklyn Stoop ]
Re: Facetime - Carol
When this virus thing is over or at least to the point where it isn't the topic of the day, as I mentioned, a lot of employers will continue the same way if what they need to get done, gets done. Unless a job requires actual hands on, face to face interaction, I suspect it's the wave of the future. My one daughter is a nurse, she has to go in. My grandson is a building construction inspector and he has to be on site. All the other members of the family are doing this alternate days plus virtual routine. My granddaughter and her husband are almost completely virtual. She has really "lucked" out. She is a speech pathologist with the school system, ordinarily traveling to different schools in not the best areas of the city. She's been seeing her students virtually since mid Spring. Just got word that she'll be doing it for the rest of the school term. I say lucked out because she had a baby in February and was nervous about putting him in a nursery school and now will be home with him until he's close to being a year old.